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A cancer diagnosis impacts the entire family — including grandparents. Watch and share this special video of St. Jude patient Gideon and his grandparents.
When you donate monthly, your gift means 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.
Over the last eight years,
St. Jude patient Kenlie has undergone treatment for synovial sarcoma, and remains anything but discouraged.
After receiving a devastating diagnosis, Hannah's family turned to
St. Jude, where they would be free to focus on her treatment.
After it was found that Alex suffered from neuroblastoma, his family turned to
St. Jude to begin treatment.
When Azalea's family learned she had rhabdomyosarcoma, they knew they wanted the best care for her. So they traveled from Jamaica to
St. Jude to begin Azalea's treatment.
When Tyler was diagnosed with bone cancer, his family turned to
St. Jude for help. Read his story.
Gustavo beat cancer once, but when it came back, his family made the long journey from Guatemala to
St. Jude so he could be treated.
When a swollen lymph node turned out to be cancer, Ainsley's parents turned to
St. Jude for help. Read her story.
Abigail is a vibrant 5-year-old girl who likes to make new friends — whether it’s another
St. Jude patient or one of the therapy dogs that visits
What Gracie's mother initially thought was appendicitis turned out to be a far worse diagnosis for Gracie's condition: acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
When 3-year-old Saniya was a baby, her parents noticed a glare in one of her eyes. She was referred to
St. Jude and diagnosed with retinoblastoma.
In 2014, tests revealed Eden had cancer. Her family turned to
St. Jude, where Eden is undergoing two-and-a-half years of chemotherapy.
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.
On a follow up visit to the doctor after a pneumonia diagnosis, Cub found out he also suffered from acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
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.
Khamoni’s mother was afraid her disease wasn't survivable, but
St. Jude has increased the survival rates for Khamoni’s type of leukemia to 94 percent today.