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St. Jude department focused on advancing strategic plan.
Julie R. Park, M.D., to succeed longtime chair Ching-Hon Pui, M.D.
St. Jude used an innovative degradation system on CTCF, learning more about this protein’s role in transcription. Read about the findings.
Made possible by a $50 million donation from AbbVie, Family Commons is a space for patients and their families to relax and gather in between clinic appointments.
St. Jude scientists have captured the 3D structure of the SPOP protein, revealing how it contributes to cancer. Read about the implications for therapeutics.
St. Jude scientists performed the largest study yet examining drug sensitivity in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia across genomic subtypes and its association with treatment response.
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