Videos and slideshows educate St. Jude patients and their families about specific diseases, how clinical trials work, about patient areas and more.
Clinical Trials at St. Jude
Information about clinical trials can be confusing. Our interactive 'Clinical Trials at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital' will help explain more about clinical trials and answer some of your questions.
The "E Clinic" is designated as the neuro-oncology clinic at St. Jude. Its staff includes the group of doctors, practitioners, and nurses that care for children with brain tumors.
Focusing on Hope
The St. Jude staff believes that hope is essential to life, and that hope can directly influence the well-being of pediatric patients.
Neuroblastoma: Jack's Story
When Jack White was two years old, he courageously battled neuroblastoma, a cancer of the peripheral nervous system.
Spotlight on Medulloblastoma
Medulloblastoma accounts for about 20 percent of childhood brain tumors. This tumor type has a tendency to spread to other areas of the brain and spinal cord. Medulloblastoma is also referred to as primitive neuroectodermal tumor (PNET).
Spotlight on Retinoblastoma
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital has a unique combination of forces in their fight against retinoblastoma. View our interactive 'Spotlight on Retinoblastoma' multimedia presentation to find out more.
St. Jude Life Evaluation
The St. Jude Life Study evaluation includes a basic physical exam and functional assessment. Additional tests are conducted on the basis of the specific cancer treatment received.