Promise, Summer 2013

Brayden Shields

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Features

COVER STORY
Just Imagine
Just Imagine
St. Jude offers children with eye cancer the specialized care they need to envision a world beyond cancer therapy.
More than Skin Deep
Melanoma: More than Skin Deep
Through clinical trials and a revolutionary genome project, St. Jude clinicians and researchers unveil the secrets of childhood melanoma.
Risky Business
Risky Business
Scientists have long known that Hispanic children are at higher risk of developing ALL than white or African-American kids.
Unanticipated Connections
Unanticipated Connections
How does understanding Lou Gehrig’s disease help fight childhood cancer?
Helping Hands
Helping Hands, Open Hearts
One St. Jude program offers caregivers and patients a break.
Breathe, Stretch, Eat
Breathe, Stretch, Eat
St. Jude combines yoga and nutrition in a program designed to complement cancer therapy.
Global Impact
Global Impact
St. Jude partnership goes international to train tomorrow’s leaders today.
Sweet Tweets
Sweet Tweets
Student harnesses social media for kids of St. Jude.
Driven to Serve
Driven to Serve
Vince and Liz Licare use love of family as inspiration to support St. Jude.
Perspective: And the Story Continues
And the Story Continues
A perspective by St. Jude parents Patricia and Richard Hale.
St. Jude Formal
St. Jude Formal
The St. Jude prom gives us the chance to both feel like regular teenagers again and to celebrate our battle here.
Lead image for Promise Magazine Winter 2012 Highlights page
Research Highlights - Promise Summer 2013
Genome project sheds light on childhood brain tumors; Buoyed hope through collaboration; Eat and destroy; Bird flu: A new tool in the arsenal; Survivors and renal cancer risk; Survivors’ Day 2013; Beam of hope; “Rheostat” helps T cells match response to threat; Dyer named HHMI investigator