Every 11 hours, we share a new discovery

St. Jude articles were published in 780 peer-reviewed journals in 2014.

Research and treatment discoveries can’t help kids if we’re the only ones who have the information.

That’s why at St. Jude, we work just as hard to share our discoveries with the scientific community as we do in making them.

In 2012, we provided the largest-ever release of comprehensive human cancer genome data. This data is freely available as a valuable resource not just for cancer researchers, but for scientists studying almost any disease.

And our St. Jude Cure4Kids program gives doctors, scientists and researchers around the world an online portal to meet, collaborate and share information to help children everywhere. More than 38,000 health care professionals from 187 countries use our service.

So when you help St. Jude, you're helping save children in your community and around the world — today, and for years to come.

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