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St. Jude patient Elechi

 

Freely sharing research worldwide

St. Jude freely shares the discoveries it makes, and every child saved at St. Jude means doctors and scientists worldwide can use that knowledge to save thousands more children.

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More cancer clinical trials than any other children’s hospital

Children at St. Jude receive leading therapies in a compassionate setting, while learnings are shared with researchers and doctors to help more kids.

 
 
 

Mapping the genetic origins of pediatric cancer

The Pediatric Cancer Genome Project, led by St. Jude and Washington University, seeks the genetic origins of cancer and possible new cures. Raw sequence data for all published results is freely shared with the global research community.

 
 

Improving survival outcomes for children worldwide

Globally, many children lack access to adequate diagnosis and treatment. By sharing research, technology and organizational skills, St. Jude seeks to improve the survival rates of children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases around the globe.

 
 
 

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