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Qua, age 18
St. Jude patient Qua, age 18, desmoplastic small round cell tumor
Read his story
When seeking designs for his hospital, Danny Thomas turned to African-American architect Paul R. Williams.
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A competitive gymnast, Jordyn's aches and pains were thought to be a sports injury. Then, she was found to have blood cancer.
When 3-year-old Saniya was a baby, her parents noticed a glare in one of her eyes. She was referred to
St. Jude and diagnosed with retinoblastoma.
Jaiden’s family knew about
St. Jude through a cousin who had been treated there years before. So when Jaiden was diagnosed with cancer, they knew where to turn.
Qua was given a diagnosis of desmoplastic small round cell tumor. At
St. Jude, his treatment includes chemotherapy and radiation therapy.
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