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Woods was 3 years old when he was diagnosed with brain cancer. He is being treated at
St. Jude, where his family will never receive a bill.
Hadley and her family weren't expecting to experience hope when she was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia, but that's what they found at
Johan is a 7-year-old boy who loves sports and studying math. In January 2018, he was referred to
St. Jude after a diagnostic revealed he had leukemia.
When Katie was diagnosed with medulloblastoma, her family searched for a place where they would receive exemplary care. They didn't have to look far before finding
NaNa has known cancer since she was 1 year old, but today, she has a brighter future with the help of
Tina was referred to
St. Jude after she was found to have a brain tumor.
St. Jude has given her family hope.
Nikalis is a 6-year-old boy who loves playing with his five siblings. When he was only 10 months old, Nikalis was diagnosed with a rare genetic condition called Li Fraumeni.
When Tammy's parents discovered he had anaplastic ependymoma, a type of brain tumor, they turned to
St. Jude for their son's treatment.