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When Azalea was found to have rhabdomyosarcoma, her parents, Simone and Ricardo, traveled from Jamaica to
St. Jude so Azalea would receive the best care.
When Chloe was found to suffer from cancer , her mom asked the pediatrician: Where would you send your child? The pediatrician didn't hesitate.
After receiving a devastating diagnosis, Hannah's family turned to
St. Jude, where they would be free to focus on her treatment.
“The first thing on my mind was making sure I had the money to pay for treatment,” says Aniya’s mom. But Aniya’s family will never receive a bill from
St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food.
Of her daughter’s diagnosis, her mother, Nora, said “We were on a dark path. But when we arrived at
St. Jude, it was like seeing light on the path.”
Chemotherapy isn't easy, and we support the emotional well-being of patients like Lillian undergoing treatment. “
St. Jude is giving me my child,” says her mom.
After they finish treatment, patients like Liam visit
St. Jude for regular checkups. His family anxiously awaited the results of his first scan post-treatment.
Kayla endured two-and-a-half years of chemotherapy with grace and style. She ends it with a
St. Jude tradition: the "No 'Mo Chemo" party.
Over the last eight years of her life,
St. Jude patient Kenlie underwent treatment for synovial sarcoma, and remained anything but discouraged.
When a swollen lymph node turned out to be cancer, Ainsley's parents turned to
St. Jude for help. Read her story.
Mason and his dad, Matt, love to go fishing together. But when Mason became sick with cancer, it was hard to imagine they’d ever have moments like that again.
“From day one, he has been the happiest baby,” says Thompson’s mom. But Thompson’s parents soon noticed worrisome white reflections in his bright blue eyes.
When Tyler was diagnosed with bone cancer, his family turned to
St. Jude for help. Read his story.
Logan loves baseball and wears his signature cowboy boots every day. When he came to
St. Jude, his dedicated care team ensured he had the best support possible.
Despite fighting an aggressive brain tumor known as ATRT, Leland still loves to be silly and make people laugh. "He's strong and amazing," said his mom, Marisa.