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  1. Coins for Carson

    Coins for Carson

    One little girl's dedication will live on with the help of her family's St. Jude Memphis Marathon team. “We’re all running for Carson,” her mom said, “because that’s nothing compared to what Carson went through.”

    Meet St. Jude patient Jenny

    Meet Jenny

    After having repeated respiratory illnesses at home in Honduras, Jenny was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. "St. Jude not only gives my daughter the medical care that she needs, but they help our entire family," says her dad, Ramon.

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  2. Infant’s prolonged infection reveals mutation that helps bacteria tolerate antibiotics

    Infant’s prolonged infection reveals mutation that helps bacteria tolerate antibiotics

    Prolonged infection in infant with leukemia led to discovery of a mutation in the stringent response pathway that helps bacteria tolerate antibiotics.

    Mystery molecule is a key to inhibiting colon cancer

    Mystery molecule is a key to inhibiting colon cancer

    Mystery sensor protein NLRC3 revealed as a central player in preventing colon cells from becoming cancerous

    Loss of ARID1A protein drives onset and progress of colon cancer

    Loss of ARID1A protein drives onset and progress of colon cancer

    Research reveals principal tumor suppressor function of ARID1A and suggests that loss of the protein contributes to colon cancer

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  3. St. Jude names Ellis Neufeld, M.D., Ph.D., clinical director and physician-in-chief

    St. Jude names Ellis Neufeld, M.D., Ph.D., clinical director and physician-in-chief

    Esteemed hematologist will lead clinical efforts and related expansions to patient care programs

    Janice English named director of Patient and Family Experience Office at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

    Janice English named director of Patient and Family Experience Office at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

    Under her direction, the office leads a concentrated effort to enhance the patient and family experience at St. Jude.

     

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  4. Save lives while getting fit

    Save lives while getting fit

    Running, walking or biking — what you resolve to do for your health this year can help save the lives of kids diagnosed with cancer and other life-threatening diseases.

    Host a party

    Organize a local fitness event

    Organize a local fitness event

    Organize a local St. Jude Challenge event to fundraise for our kids and your gym, studio or neighborhood can maximize the impact of a healthy lifestyle by giving back. 

    Host a party

 
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