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  1. Meet patient Gideon

    Meet patient Gideon

    Baby Gideon is always ready with a smile — even when faced with a tough diagnosis. Read on to see how your support makes a difference to him and his family.

    Meet Jordyn

    Meet Jordyn

    A competitive gymnast, Jordyn's aches and pains were thought to be a sports injury. Then, she was found to have blood cancer.

    Meet Gunnar

    Meet Gunnar

    Gunnar is an outgoing and expressive little boy who steals the hearts of everyone he meets.

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  2. Stem cell propagation fuels cancer risk in different organs

    Stem cell propagation fuels cancer risk in different organs

    St. Jude researchers provide experimental evidence to demonstrate how stem cells contribute to cancer risk.

    Editing sickle cell disease

    Editing sickle cell disease

    A new gene editing approach eases the effects of sickle cell disease in blood cells isolated from patients.

    St. Jude researchers pinpoint key influenza-fighting immune trigger

    St. Jude researchers pinpoint key influenza-fighting immune trigger

    Molecular "master assassin" identified that recognizes flu-infected cells and triggers cell death, raises hope for drugs to prevent flu complications.

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  3. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital appoints scientific director

    St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital appoints scientific director

    James Morgan, Ph.D., will lead the institution’s basic science programs

    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

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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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    Get your school involved

    Get your school involved

    Whether you’re a student, parent or teacher, your school can make a difference and raise funds for St. Jude kids. We’ll help you get started.  

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