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  1. Meet St. Jude patient Jordyn

    Meet Jordyn

    Jordyn, a competitive gymnast, is in fifth grade. "St. Jude has given her hope she’ll return to gymnastics, and that’s helped her fight. It’s helped her stay positive," says her mom.

    Meet Luis & McKendree

    Meet Luis & McKendree

    McKendree and Luis found strength in their bond and joy in a shared love of music as they underwent treatment at St. Jude. “We made each other’s battle our own,” says McKendree.

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  2. Biostatisticians build a better analytic tool

    Biostatisticians build a better analytic tool

    Researchers craft a new approach for mining genomic data for rare genetic variations that may play a role in disease risk.

    Genetic alterations help guide treatment of a high-risk leukemia

    Genetic alterations help guide treatment of a high-risk leukemia

    Screening for all children newly diagnosed with the high-risk leukemia AMKL to check for genetic alterations that can help guide treatment.

    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.

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  3. Stephen Gottschalk, M.D., named chair of the Department of Bone Marrow Transplantation and Cellular Therapy

    Stephen Gottschalk, M.D., named chair of the Department of Bone Marrow Transplantation and Cellular Therapy

    In his new position, Gottschalk will be responsible for management of the department’s clinical, research and educational activities.

    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.

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    Ride for a reason

    Ride for a reason

    You don't have to be a member of Life Time Fitness to participate in this 4-hour Ride for a Reason studio cycling event on April 22, 2017. Find a location near you and help St. Jude kids.

    Host a party

 
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