The advanced research center builds on the St. Jude legacy of innovations for understanding and treating childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases.
Want young cancer survivors to stay active? Pilot study finds the chance to earn stickers, T-shirts and other rewards helps keep survivors moving.
Researchers used a new method to model the cancer genome in 3-D and show how the c-MYC oncogene drives high-risk neuroblastoma in some patients.
Mutz will play a key role in the St. Jude Strategic Plan and future hospital expansion.
Quality improvement effort shows the way to enhance vaccination among health care providers and protect patients.
St. Jude researchers pinpoint the cell type that turns malignant in rhabdomyosarcoma, which could open the path for better treatments.
Read about the TP53 gene variations that leave young people more likely to develop acute lymphoblastic leukemia and to die as a result.
The scientists showed that certain memory T cells develop from T cells originally made by the body for another role.
Early results suggest gene therapy is well tolerated and effective for babies with X-linked severe combined immunodeficiency disorder, or "bubble boy" disease.
A drug widely used against malaria sensitizes the high-risk leukemia BCR-ABL positive ALL to a precision medicine and may enhance treatment.
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