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In time for the holidays, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital patients like Nora Pu donned chef hats and aprons to create decorations for a giant gingerbread house constructed in the hospital.
Nearly a decade after St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital began offering therapeutic scrapbooking as an alternative to traditional support groups for patients’ parents, researchers have demonstrated that the sessions promote hopefulness, in part by helping families recognize their strengths and by expanding their support network.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital helped patients celebrate their uniqueness and strength as part of the hospital’s annual All of Me Week events. The activities are designed to promote self-esteem by offering the hospital’s young patients and their siblings opportunities for self-expression while battling life-threatening diseases.
The results of the Baby HUG study are music to the ears of Emmanuel and Pamela Madu and to other parents of young children with sickle cell anemia.
Volunteen Program at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital gives teens the opportunity to dedicate their summer vacation to helping children, while learning important lessons.
Recognizing the important role siblings play in the healing process for children battling illnesses, St. Jude hosts a day focused on the brothers and sisters of patients
The Volunteens at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital hosted “Super Hero Day” for the patients—helping them create their own capes and design their own masks.
“The field of childhood cancer research can’t be secretive. St. Jude knows that and puts it into practice.” Paul Sondel, MD, PhD
St. Jude national outreach director Marlo Thomas received the 2011 Jefferson Award for lifetime achievement honoring community and public service.
St. Jude partner sites extend cures to children worldwide.
When doctors gave up hope, Jordyn Boucher’s family found it again at St. Jude.
Educating and training the next generation of doctors, nurses, researchers and academic leaders.
Because of a rare disease, the Million sisters hardly knew one another. Now Addisyn and Madisyn are together again.
St. Jude boosts cure rates for older teens with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
When you’re a nurse, you know that every day you will touch a life or a life will touch yours.
They dispense more than a half-million doses of medications each year, but that’s just the beginning for the dedicated professionals in the St. Jude Pharmacy.
The Department of Pathology at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital works behind the scenes throughout a child’s treatment journey.
A new trial at St. Jude helps children with chronic ITP, a rare bleeding disorder marked by low platelet counts.
On National Doctors’ Day Wednesday, March 30, physicians at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital will be honored for their leadership and devotion to patient care.
When we support the St. Jude team, everyone wins. A perspective by Josh Pastner
A recent survey of students ages 16-22 has ranked St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in the top 10 employers of preference.
Many childhood cancer survivors experience attention problems. St. Jude is making progress in fighting these late effects of their disease and treatment.
Yeshaai Govender's family traveled nearly 9,000 miles to find the best brain tumor treatment for their son.
St. Jude helps football standout Shon Coleman tackle ALL.