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  1. Meet St. Jude Patient Drew

    Meet Drew

    St. Jude patient Drew is now finished with treatments. He's cancer-free and celebrated with a No Mo' Chemo party! Watch Drew's special milestone.

    Meet Benton and Emily

    Meet Benton and Emily

    Benton’s babysitter, whose daughter had been a St. Jude patient, noticed that he had bruises and feared the worst.

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  2. Pharmacogenetics experts establish common vocabulary in bid to advance precision medicine

    Pharmacogenetics experts establish common vocabulary in bid to advance precision medicine

    Experts have developed a list of preferred terms to promote standardize reporting of pharmacogenetic test results in patients’ health records

    Most teen survivors of childhood cancer are well adjusted

    Most teen survivors of childhood cancer are well adjusted

    While most teen cancer survivors are well adjusted, some may benefit from more comprehensive psychological screening to identify and treat symptoms

    Loss of essential protein in the choroid plexus epithelium linked to hydrocephalus

    Loss of essential protein in the choroid plexus epithelium linked to hydrocephalus

    Multifunctional protein Alix identified as essential for maintaining fluid balance in the brain; loss is linked to hydrocephalus.

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  3. St. Jude becomes first children’s hospital in U.S. to earn CAP ISO15189 accreditation

    St. Jude becomes first children’s hospital in U.S. to earn CAP ISO15189 accreditation

    The Department of Pathology has been accredited by The College of American Pathologists (CAP), a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)-approved accreditation authority.

    St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital scientist named Pew-Stewart Scholar

    St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital scientist named Pew-Stewart Scholar

    St. Jude scientist studying medulloblastoma is named Pew-Stewart Scholar for Cancer Research, which supports innovative early career researchers

    St. Jude Children's Research Hospital names Department of Developmental Neurobiology chair

    St. Jude Children's Research Hospital names Department of Developmental Neurobiology chair

    Michael Dyer, Ph.D., to chair the department and build a team of international leaders in neural development, synapse formation and neural circuit formation.

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  4. Register to walk/run

    Register to walk/run

    Join our nationwide St. Jude Walk/Run to End Childhood Cancer and raise funds during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month this September.

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    St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend

    St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend

    Race through our campus December 3 during St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend! Register for the marathon or 5K and raise funds for our kids as you train.

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