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We have the world's best survival rates for some of the most aggressive cancers.

 
 
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What happens when you give the world’s brightest minds the resources to do something remarkable? Cures.

 
 
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We share our research with the world, leading a global effort to understand, treat, and defeat pediatric cancer and other life-threatening diseases.

 
 
 
  1. Meet Saniya

    Meet Saniya

    When 3-year-old Saniya was a baby, her parents noticed a glare in one of her eyes. She was referred to St. Jude and diagnosed with retinoblastoma.

    Mom knows best

    Mom knows best

    After Mark's mother insisted to the doctor that something was wrong with her son, tests were ordered that revealed Mark had cancer.

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  2. Study finds significant cognitive impairment in adult survivors of childhood brain tumors

    Study finds significant cognitive impairment in adult survivors of childhood brain tumors

    St. Jude LIFE study reports that decades after treatment, adult survivors of childhood brain tumors often face significant cognitive challenges.

    Drug counters effects of excessive inflammation arising from immune disorder

    Drug counters effects of excessive inflammation arising from immune disorder

    Researchers demonstrate drugs’ effectiveness in targeting immune reactions and show potential clinical trial application.

    Researchers mine the epigenome to identify likely origins of childhood brain tumor subtype

    Researchers mine the epigenome to identify likely origins of childhood brain tumor subtype

    Epigenome yields insights into medulloblastoma, the most common malignant pediatric brain tumor, including likely cell of origin for Group 4 subtype.

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  3. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital joins nation’s cancer centers in endorsement of HPV vaccination for cancer prevention

    St. Jude joins nation’s cancer centers in endorsement of HPV vaccination for cancer prevention

    National Cancer Institute-designated cancer centers recognize insufficient vaccinations.

    St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital names police department veteran Toney Armstrong director of security

    St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital names police department veteran Toney Armstrong director of security

    Armstrong joins St. Jude to oversee all security operations on the hospital’s growing campus and in its patient housing facilities.

    St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital receives approval for Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

    St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital receives approval for Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

    Tennessee Higher Education Commission unanimously approves St. Jude graduate school in biomedical sciences.

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  4. Make St. Jude a part of your party

    Make St. Jude a part of your party

    No matter who's taking to the field, you can turn your watch or tailgate party into a St. Jude Game Day. Give Back. party. Cheer on your team and help our kids at the same time.

    Host a party

    Shop the St. Jude Gift Shop

    Shop the St. Jude Gift Shop

    Shop for the perfect gift at the St. Jude Gift Shop and help in the fight against childhood cancer. 100% of proceeds, after all related expenses, benefit St. Jude.

    Host a party

    Run for St. Jude

    Run for St. Jude

    Run as a St. Jude Hero on April 30 as part of the St. Jude Rock ‘n’ Roll Nashville Marathon & 1/2 Marathon. Tour the Music City while helping to give hope to St. Jude kids.

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