Summer 2012 Issue

Promise Summer 2012

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In this issue...

COVER STORY

  • Katie and Madeleine Battle a Familial Foe

    Katie and Madeleine Battle a Familial Foe

    Three decades have passed since Katie received cancer treatment at St. Jude. Now her daughter is waging a similar battle.

  • Revealing the Secrets of the Genome

    Revealing the Secrets of the Genome

    Scientists sifting through the vast expanse of data from the Pediatric Cancer Genome Project make discoveries that may lead to cures for childhood cancer.

  • Teens in Transition

    Teens in Transition

    An innovative new program at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital helps teens with sickle cell disease ease into adult care.

  • Nick Gagnon: A Flavorful Life

    Nick Gagnon: A Flavorful Life

    While undergoing treatment at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 17-year-old Nick Gagnon furthers his culinary ambitions.

  • It’s Better to Give

    It’s Better to Give

    The Madison Charitable Foundation supports the Pediatric Cancer Genome Project.

  • Making the Leap

    Making the Leap

    Red Frog Events commits to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital as a national charity partner.

  • Opening Doors to New Discoveries

    Opening Doors to New Discoveries

    Allan McArtor, the parent of a former St. Jude patient, explains why he supports the Pediatric Cancer Genome Project.

  • 2012 FedEx St. Jude Classic

    2012 FedEx St. Jude Classic

    Golfer Nick O’Hern offers pointers to St. Jude patient Courtney Davis during the 2012 FedEx St. Jude Classic.

  • Research Highlights - Promise Summer 2012

    Research Highlights - Promise Summer 2012

    Research Highlights for Promise Summer 2012 includes information on genetic factors that find Hispanic children have higher risk of ALL, how sulfa drugs kill bacteria, when chemotherapy is better than bone marrow transplants, and more.

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