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After Jenny's blood cancer relapsed during treatment at her local hospital in Honduras,
St. Jude welcomed her and her family with open arms.
Da'Maya's initial symptoms seemed minor. But after her mom, Sywanda, noticed she seemed sleepy in church, she became worried. A biopsy revealed cancer.
Ty's pains seemed like symptoms of a sports injury, but an X-ray revealed something much worse — cancer.
When little Lexi started getting bruises that wouldn’t go away, blood tests would reveal the 3-year-old was dangerously ill with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
The day after Christmas in 2015, Caiden started having joint pains. Local doctors couldn't find a cause. Finally, a bone marrow biopsy revealed cancer.
In January 2009, an unexpected diagnosis threatened to tear Tess’s family apart. Watch her story to learn how
St. Jude helped Tess beat those odds.
When Tyler was diagnosed with bone cancer, his family turned to
St. Jude for help. Read his story.
Liding is a very active girl who loves to run cross-country and track. But when stomach pains began to slow her down, she went to the hospital for tests.
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 Sofia’s family learned she had cancer, they were referred to
St. Jude and made the long trip from Ecuador. But when they arrived, they felt right at home.
Elizabeth has fierce plans for Halloween this year, with a costume that will show her inner strength and bravery.
Devon loves to play video games with his brothers, ride his bike and travel. But unlike most boys, Devon has cancer. Read his story.
When a swollen lymph node turned out to be cancer, Ainsley's parents turned to
St. Jude for help. Read her story.
Austin's parents had been frequent supporters of
St. Jude through their jobs. Little did they know that their own son would need treatment someday.
In 2015, Leonay developed a fever that wouldn’t go away. Her doctor in Jamaica ordered tests, which revealed she had cancer.
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.
Treatments invented at St. Jude have helped push the overall childhood cancer survival rate from 20% to more than 80% since it opened more than 50 years ago.
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