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Dedicate a brick on the St. Jude Pathway to Hope to recognize someone who has touched your life

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St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital stands as the enduring legacy of our founder, Danny Thomas, thanks to the generosity of his friends and supporters like you from across the nation. He always believed that no family should ever receive a bill from St. Jude for anything. Through St. Jude, Danny has touched the lives of thousands of children, and his legacy is an inspiration for so many families during their darkest hours. 

You can create a lasting legacy by purchasing a brick on the St. Jude Pathway to Hope, honoring or memorializing someone who has touched your life and has served as your inspiration.

By purchasing a brick on the 2018 Pathway to Hope, you can create a lasting tribute to a friend or family member — while also giving the gift of hope to a St. Jude child who is bravely battling cancer or another life-threatening disease.

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St. Jude patient Stanyiah fights sickle cell disease with a smile on her face

photo of Stanyiah and her mom

St. Jude patient Stanyiah with her mom

Sickle cell disease is an inherited blood disorder that causes red blood cells to become hardened and form crescent or “sickle” shapes. Sickle-shaped cells are not flexible and can stick to vessel walls causing a blockage that slows or stops the flow of blood, which can be life-threatening and terribly painful. 

Three-year-old Stanyiah has been fighting sickle cell disease since she was an infant.  But St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has been in her corner to help her in her fight, because St. Jude not only treats children with cancer, we also treat kids with other deadly illnesses, like sickle cell disease.

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