We all know the feeling of going home. For many patients and families, going home from St. Jude after treatment also means readjusting, catching up on what they missed, and learning how to get on with life after pediatric cancer. With this series, you can go home with them and witness the joys, the struggles and the first time for everything.
Going 'Home from St. Jude' with lights flashing and sirens blaring was easy part
Medulloblastoma is a rare cancerous brain tumor. Luke’s tumor was putting pressure on his brain and triggering vomiting.
A long journey of one kind ends with long ride 'Home from St. Jude'
Sometimes, on a journey, there are roadblocks, detours and delays along the way. Cancer is like that, too.
A mother from the Dominican Republic shares story of her son's fight against liver cancer
Eduardo is back home creating mischief after more than 18 months in Memphis, where he underwent chemotherapy and several surgeries.
Two families with daughters with same rare brain tumor diagnosis form bond even after they go 'Home from St. Jude'
Macey and Avery's parents supported each other through tough times in the hospital. Now they vacation, hang out and celebrate holidays together.
15-year-old soccer player celebrates being home from St. Jude with those who cared most: her entire Illinois town
Through a series of kind acts, Tessa’s hometown showed her she was out of sight, but never out of mind during cancer treatment.
Oregon teen dances for the sheer joy of normalcy eight months after coming 'home from St. Jude'
Angelina's parents celebrate their determined teen with two birthday cakes after a year in treatment
Little Lucas is 'Home from St. Jude' after a brain tumor threatened his life.
Family celebrates mundane again after nearly a year of treatments, 'No More Chemo' party, and emotional homecoming.