Meet Jazzy

Jazzy is a playful person who loves going to the beach with her dogs. When she was diagnosed with brain cancer, her family turned to St. Jude for help.

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Jazzy is the youngest of three and the only girl. She’s the apple of her family’s eye. Before she was diagnosed with cancer, Jazzy was a blur of motion, always running and jumping and playing. “She loves the trampoline and playing dodgeball with her cousins,” said her mom, Mykel. “And she loves going to the beach with her dogs.”

St. Jude patient Jazzy with her mom and grandma

St. Jude patient Jazzy with her mom and grandma

In late 2018, Jazzy started to throw up and began to lose her balance. Her parents took her to the pediatrician, who sent Jazzy for an MRI. “When the doctor told us there was a mass on her brain, that Jazzy had cancer, we felt like the rug was pulled out from under us,” Mykel said. “It was devastating.”

St. Jude patient Jazzy with her grandma

St. Jude patient Jazzy with her grandma

Families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food — because all a family should worry about is helping their child live.


At St. Jude, Jazzy’s treatment included 30 rounds of proton therapy and four rounds of chemotherapy. “At St. Jude, we hit the ground running. We love Jazzy’s nurses and the staff here. Her doctor is brilliant,” Mykel said.

Jazzy loves school and her favorite subject is math. She enjoys making crafts and slime, and she likes to dance and read. Jazzy is now finished with treatment and returns to St. Jude for regular checkups.

St. Jude patient Jazzy

St. Jude patient Jazzy

“They made everything worry-free, so we could just focus on Jazzy.”

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