SJFAMILY: Shaking the Family Tree
Through the SJFAMILY study, St. Jude investigators explore why some cancers run in families and why certain people get more than one cancer.
Medulloblastoma: The Pieces Snap Together
St. Jude scientists discover genes suspected to cause brain tumors in children. This discovery lays the foundation to expand targeted treatments.
Six More Reasons to Love St. Jude
Patients and families often praise St. Jude clinical care and research. Find out why they have even more reasons to love the hospital.
School Liaison Services Help Kids Go Back to School after Treatment
It takes preparation to make a seamless transition back to the classroom. Find out how St. Jude school liaisons help ease children back into their community schools.
Hodgkin Lymphoma: When Lightning Strikes Twice
Why are some families struck with multiple cases of Hodgkin lymphoma? Learn about the FAMHL clinical trial designed to pinpoint genetic causes.
Life after Cancer Treatment: Incorrigible Optimism
A cancer survivor explains why he participates in SJLIFE — a long-term follow-up study to assess late effects of treatments. It’s not “Would I?” It’s “Why wouldn’t I?”
Life After Treatment: My Legacy
A long-term cancer survivor shares his story of St. Jude, how cancer shaped his life, and what his life is like after remission.
Reflections on Survivors' Social Connections
Young cancer survivors face unique challenges when it comes to bonding on social media. Learn how a study of these connections is helping inform support plans for patients in treatment.
Cancer Predisposition: Power through the PCGP
As a result of the Pediatric Cancer Genome Project, families facing an increased risk of inherited cancers can turn to the St. Jude Cancer Predisposition Program.
Life after St. Jude: Dakota’s Dreams
This young survivor's treatment was made possible in part by the Pediatric Cancer Genome Project.
Life after St. Jude: Faith, Life, Laughter
Cancer survivor John Rose offers support and advice.
Life after St. Jude: ‘Cured’ Is Only the Beginning
Childhood cancer survivor Katie Chinn Weyer learns to navigate life —and her health — after treatment.
Life after St. Jude: We are the Champions
Everyone wins when childhood cancer survivors volunteer to help tomorrow’s patients through St. Jude LIFE, the hospital’s long-term follow-up study.
Soft Landings with the Transition Oncology Program
The new Transition Oncology Program (TOP) provides support and education to families whose children are returning home after cancer therapy.
Life after St. Jude: Hoop Dreams
Learn about the global cancer burden in low- and middle-income countries, what we can learn from rare disorders, new findings about the BRACA2 gene, and other recent scientific discoveries.
Melanoma Mutation: Hide and Seek
St. Jude researchers find a new melanoma mutation in kids and adults.
Research that pairs brain stimulation and training shows promise in cancer survivors.
Life after Treatment: Infinite Love and Gratitude
After pain, loss and incredible challenges: a life of joy, service and possibilities.
Li-Fraumeni: Strength in Numbers
A life-changing conference at St. Jude empowers families who have Li-Fraumeni syndrome.
St. Jude Biorepository: A Hope Chest of Cells
St. Jude patients donate tissue to the biorepository in hopes that their preserved biological samples will be used in groundbreaking cancer research.
Survivor Tim Wigginton Is On Top of the World
This cancer survivor acquired tenacity and drive through his journey with non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
The Best Day Possible
The St. Jude Quality of Life for All team goes above and beyond to improve patients’ psychosocial, emotional, and symptom concerns.
Play-based Preparation: Practice and Possibilities
Play-based preparation decreases sedation use and costs for children undergoing radiation therapy.
Immunotherapy: Power from Within
A promising new therapy mobilizes a child’s immune system to help kill cancer cells.
10 Things St. Jude Gave Me
The mom of a St. Jude patient reflects on what she received as a result of her child’s treatment journey.
Never Have I
This poem is one of 30 written by St. Jude patient Deidra Abbott as part of her college’s senior seminar.
Videos: Survivors Share Their Stories
Childhood cancer survivors share their stories.
- After Completion of Therapy Clinic
- St. Jude LIFE Study
- Frequently Asked Questions
- LIFELine Newsletter
- Contact St. Jude LIFE
- St. Jude Life Evaluation
- Tips for Cancer Survivors
- St. Jude LIFE Study – Update Contact Information
- Life After Cancer
- Transition Oncology Program
- St. Jude Survivor Box: Celebrating Our Patients and Survivors
- Survivor Box Replacement Request