Discover how ideas born at St. Jude reach well beyond the hospital walls, influencing STEMM education, global health and more.
HPV vaccination rates dipped during the COVID-19 pandemic. St. Jude is working with more than 100 organizations, health experts and others to highlight vaccination as cancer prevention.
“SAFER Ukraine works because we have human connections with our partners,” explains Asya Agulnik, MD, MPH.
Marcin Wlodarski, MD, PhD, was new to international humanitarian work prior to volunteering with SAFER Ukraine. “I learned so much I cannot every describe it in words,” he said.
Global health care providers gathered virtually for SAFER Conversations, a webinar created to share information and support to those working with Ukrainian children and families displaced by the war.
Dr. Marta Salek of St. Jude was in Poland visiting family when Russia invaded Ukraine. She jumped in to help launch the humanitarian effort SAFER Ukraine.
Lessons learned from previous global crises inform the St. Jude Global response to childhood cancer patients displaced by the war in Ukraine.
St. Jude is strengthening its HPV cancer prevention measures – and calling on partners to join the Path to a Bright Future campaign.
The Living Well program at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the HPV Cancer Prevention Program are working together to promote cervical health, including HPV vaccination.
The Transition Oncology Program at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the HPV Cancer Prevention Program are working together to promote HPV vaccination for childhood cancer survivors.
January is Cervical Health Awareness, so help spread the word about HPV vaccines as a way to improve cervical health and prevent cancer.