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Sagr and his family were living in India when they learned he had a type of bone cancer called Ewing sarcoma. His parents turned to St. Jude.
What Gracie's mother initially thought was appendicitis turned out to be a far worse diagnosis for Gracie's condition: acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
Christmas Day plans for Phoenix’s family didn’t include a life-altering trip to the hospital. But at St. Jude, this close-knit family has been given hope.
Ally's strength while battling brain cancer inspired her family to give hope to other St. Jude patients with a special dedication.
Kayla endured two-and-a-half years of chemotherapy with grace and style. She ends it with a St. Jude tradition: the "No 'Mo Chemo" party.
After her son, Ian, had a disturbing dream, his mom pushed for him to have an MRI. The results changed everything.
Mason and his dad, Matt, love to go fishing together. But when Mason became sick with cancer, it was hard to imagine they’d ever have moments like that again.
Despite fighting an aggressive brain tumor known as ATRT, Leland still loves to be silly and make people laugh. "He's strong and amazing," said his mom, Marisa.
Jordyn is a talented gymnast with Olympic dreams. “St. Jude has given her hope she’ll return to gymnastics, and that’s helped her fight," says her mom.
On a follow up visit to the doctor after a pneumonia diagnosis, Cub found out he also suffered from acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
Hayli was excited to be a flower girl. But she received the honor from a very special stranger—the woman who donated her bone marrow so Hayli could live.
Josiah was 6 months old when he was found to have a brain tumor. After learning about the hospital, his mother, Merri, wanted to help other parents in need.