A cancer diagnosis impacts the entire family — including grandparents, like those of St. Jude patient Gideon's.
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Imani was diagnosed with cancer at 5 weeks old. Her family feared the worst. But at
St. Jude, there was hope for her future.
Leah is a big sister who loves dresses, shopping, singing and helping in the kitchen. In March 2019, she was referred to
St. Jude for acute lymphoblastic leukemia treatment, which included a transplant with her mother as her donor.
Elliott is social and loves the outdoors. He also loves
St. Jude, where he's being treated for leukemia.
Dahiralis is a very active little girl who loves to play, jump and run everywhere. At 3 years of age, she was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a cancerous tumor, and was referred to
St. Jude where doctors provided her much-needed treatment and care.
When Melanie was diagnosed with brain cancer and referred to
St. Jude, she wasn’t nervous. She was actually looking forward to treatment — chemotherapy, proton therapy and visits from
St. Jude therapy dog Huckleberry — because to Melanie,
St. Jude meant getting well again.
Harmony is artistic, detailed-oriented and loves to debate. When she noticed something was wrong on her walks to class, no one expected the cause to be a stage four Wilms tumor.
The kids and families of
St. Jude are grateful for your support.
Marina is a joyful 2-year-old who loves to laugh and dance with her siblings. She was referred to
St. Jude after a white glimmer in her pupil led to her being diagnosed with retinoblastoma, an eye cancer.
Mia is a friendly, caring child who was referred to
St. Jude from her home country of Nicaragua when she was 5 years old. She was diagnosed with anaplastic ependymoma, a malignant tumor in her brain.
Like many boys his age, Luis wanted to be a soccer player when he grew up. But then he was diagnosed with cancer. Now he wants to help kids like him.
While difficult at times, quarantining during COVID-19 has allowed
St. Jude patients and their families, while respecting social distance, to let their creativity flourish in ways that has brought them closer together. See how some of our patients spent their time during quarantine.
Eleanor is a determined baby who arrived at
St. Jude on her first birthday. She was diagnosed with down syndrome and acute myeloid leukemia, a type of blood cancer.
Fletcher is a 12-year-old boy and a huge Cleveland Browns fan. So it was a dream come true when he announced the team's pick in the NFL draft on April 23.
Jamia is weathering difficulties far beyond her years as she undergoes treatment for neuroblastoma, a type of cancer arising from nerve cells.
Deuce is a fun-loving kid who's undergoing treatment for a rare type of blood cancer.