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Helping Ukrainian children with cancer 

The New York Times and CBS' 60 Minutes have recently highlighted the work of St. Jude to help cancer-stricken children caught in the crossfire of the war in Ukraine.

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Ukrainian families are greeted upon arrival in Memphis, Tenn. for treatment at St. Jude

Ukrainian families are greeted upon arrival in Memphis, Tenn. for treatment at St. Jude.


Thanks to you, our work continues

Your support makes it possible for St. Jude to collaborate with more than 20 organizations, foundations and institutions to mobilize efforts like the SAFER Ukraine initiative and bring hope to children and their families facing their darkest hour.

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Thanks to generous donors, St. Jude can continue its commitment to ensuring children across the world can access quality cancer care in their home countries.

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St. Jude assisted more than 1,300 patients and families with their journey to safety and uninterrupted treatment.

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Eight of those 1,300 were brought to St. Jude — a 5,000-mile journey — for treatment. 


Help us improve worldwide cure rates

At St. Jude, we believe every child deserves a chance to live their best life and celebrate every moment — no matter where they live. Treatments invented at St. Jude have helped raise the survival rates for children with cancer in the United States, where 4 out of 5 children survive.

In many developing countries, however, fewer than 1 out of 5 survive. Your support gives kids with cancer around the world that chance.

St. Jude has a global mission to work with the World Health Organization and other collaborators to cure at least 60% of children with the most common cancers worldwide by 2030.

Sharing how St. Jude is helping children worldwide thanks to help of generous donors

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