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Finding cures. Saving children.
Finding cures. Saving children.

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"St. Jude is a miracle," says Esmeralda's mom. St. Jude is working to end childhood cancer for kids like her. http://bit.ly/2w5B3Ii
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Azalea was in treatment a year ago at St. Jude (left) but exactly one year later, she’s back at home ready to head to her first day of kindergarten.
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Did you know that September is also Sickle Cell Awareness Month? Learn how St. Jude has been fighting this disease for kids like Bryce since it opened its doors in 1962. http://bit.ly/2xiFwuK
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Two weeks ago, Reid smiled for the camera as he held up four fingers after completing his fourth surgery at St. Jude. “At St. Jude, you’re instantly part of the family from the minute you walk through the door," Reid's mom says.
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Let's end childhood cancer for kids like Damien, who's undergoing treatment for a brain tumor at St. Jude. http://bit.ly/2wcIA7t
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We're honored to have to support of St. Jude ambassador Drew Barrymore this September. See how you can get involved and help end childhood cancer. http://bit.ly/2eFHOcF

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In 2016, Abi had tumors in her pelvis, femur, shoulders and skull. Bone cancer even fractured her spine. But after a year and a half of treatment at St. Jude, Abi is cancer-free. Her motto as she returns to school is: "Third grade was all about chemo, but fourth grade is all about living."
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“St. Jude means the world to us,” says Brantley's dad. “They’re taking care of our son, and they’re taking care of us." Meet Brantley. http://bit.ly/2x0pcOW
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It's the first day of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month! Let's end childhood cancer. Together. See how you can support the kids of St. Jude this September. http://bit.ly/2x126I7

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Before Da’Maya could start treatment for cancer, she had to have a tracheotomy. After her surgery, her mom gave her a pen and paper. Da’Maya wrote, “Jesus,” then pointed up and whispered, “He has me covered.” Da’Maya finished chemotherapy in June and returned home cancer free. Learn more about Da'Maya's story: http://bit.ly/2wmfhAB
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