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St. Jude backs Adam Long in the fight for his life.
Self-sufficient and resilient, Zain Brown is full of imagination and incredibly wise beyond his tender 4 years. As an only child, he has learned to make the most of precious playtime and navigate the intricacies of an unfamiliar world.
They aren’t yet adults, but they’re no longer kids. They yearn to blend in, but their mirrors reflect hair loss or other side effects of cancer treatment. St. Jude helps teenaged patients cope with their unique set of challenges.
As eighth grader Broox Middleton anticipated a high school running career, he figured he already knew a little about perseverance. Years before, he had survived a brain tumor. Then, as a middle school athlete, he had run through rain and mud and suffocating heat. He had inhaled the acrid scent of dust and desire. He had grown stronger, tougher, faster. Perseverance? Yeah, Broox knew a lot about that. And then he got cancer. Again.
A multicenter trial led by St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital investigators may change neutropenia treatment for all childhood cancer patients.
St. Jude took another step in the shift from paper to electronic health records August 19 when chemotherapy orders from the Solid Tumor Clinic stopped coming in by fax and began arriving in the pharmacy electronically.