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When Dwight Tosh was 13, he got sick and came to a new hospital called St. Jude. Read about Patient No. 17.
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St. Jude scientists developed a simple method to select for more effective cancer-destroying CAR T cells to treat T-ALL.
St. Jude scientists have created a proof-of-principle approach to improve engager T-cell therapy for difficult-to-treat acute myeloid leukemia.
Degrees were awarded to 9 students from 8 countries. Ten international students who graduated in 2021 also participated in the ceremony.
The Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) facility produces highly specialized biopharmaceuticals and other biological products for the hospital’s clinics.
St. Jude scientists created a way to identify childhood cancer patients at diagnosis who are at the highest risk for developing severe obesity as adults.
St. Jude found an Achilles’ heel in rhabdomyosarcoma driven by a gene fusion which revealed a promising treatment approach in the lab.
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