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When Kaelyn grows up, she wants to be a Child Life specialist. “St. Jude means so much to our family,” her dad says. “If it hadn’t been for the dedication of so many, we wouldn’t have Kaelyn.”
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During National Volunteer Week, we’re honoring volunteers like Ken. Learn how he’s dedicated himself to our lifesaving mission for over 20 years. http://bit.ly/2pen7vc

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“St. Jude is the greatest place,” says Camila’s mom. “There’s nothing better for patients and their families. St. Jude is like heaven on earth.” Meet Camila: http://bit.ly/2oYuwMi
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While taking his finals in his sophomore year of high school, Chandler started experiencing neck and back pain and headaches. That’s when he was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor and he began his St. Jude journey.

“St. Jude means everything to us. I don’t think we could be in a better place,” Chandler’s mom, Cindy, says. Learn more about Chandler and his treatment: http://bit.ly/2p9Jn6W
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Payton's family loves her care team. "We've never been through something like cancer before," Payton's mom says. "But they've been so reassuring every step of the way. Everyone is so wonderful, and there's so much for the kids to do." 
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Happy Easter from the kids of St. Jude! 
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Micah has always been an active kid. In late 2014, he complained of soreness after playing outside. When the soreness turned to pain, his parents realized something was wrong. Within 48 hours, Micah was at St. Jude. http://bit.ly/2oBTggD
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Sweet Azalea lived away from her home in Jamaica for almost half her life while receiving lifesaving treatment at St. Jude for rhabdomyosarcoma, a soft tissue cancer. Now, Azalea is done with treatment and she’s back at home, dressed to celebrate Jamaica Day at school.
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Myra, who is artistic and loves to draw, will graduate high school this spring. She plans to study psychology and art therapy in college. “What we love most about St. Jude is everyone knows you,” Myra’s mother said. “You become a part of the fiber, a part of the family.” 
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Super-sweet Sydney, as her parents call her, is a one of a kind girl. This 10-year-old math whiz is receiving chemotherapy at St. Jude, and her leukemia is already in remission. “I hope that I beat this cancer, and I know I will,” Sydney said. “I just hope that every other kid can too.”
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