St. Jude patient Cheyenne with her dog, Greer
 
St. Jude patient George in Montana
 
St. Jude patient Audrey with her sister
 
St. Jude patients Tyler and Alyssa at the world's largest chess piece
 

Spring break adventures

 
 

For many families, spring break is a special time for trips and vacations. But for St. Jude patients and their families, having a spring break can be a challenge. However, St. Jude strives to provide treatment on an outpatient basis as much as possible, so children can spend more time at home. Check out what these six patients have been up to during their spring breaks in 2019.

 
 

Tyler and Alyssa

St. Jude patients Tyler and Alyssa, who are cousins, spent spring break in St. Louis with their families. Here, they're posing with the world's largest chess piece!

 
St. Jude patients Tyler and Alyssa
 
St. Jude patient George at the slopes of Montana
 

George

George hit the slopes in Big Sky, Montana, for spring break. “He was shredding the blue slopes and one black slope, less than a year after surgery to remove a brain tumor,” said his mom. “We’re so thankful.” 

 
 

Savannah

Savannah spent part of spring break at St. Jude for a checkup. "She loves coming back and seeing her doctors and nurses," said her mom.

 
St. Jude patient Savannah
 
St. Jude patient Aubrey with her sister at a wildlife exhibit
 

Aubrey

Aubrey and her sister, Mia, spent time at a wildlife exhibit over their spring break. 

 
 

Cheyenne

Cheyenne spent spring break close to home in Virginia with her golden retriever Maycee. The family got Maycee after Cheyenne completed treatment for kidney cancer. She loves the fact that Maycee is golden because that’s also the color of gold is the color for childhood cancer awareness.

 
St. Jude patient Cheyenne with her dog, Greer
 
 
 

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