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Azalea and Leonay are from Jamaica and became friends while being treated at St. Jude. “St. Jude gave us hope,” Azalea’s mom said. Leonay’s mother agrees. “From the first day we arrived at St. Jude, I felt like everything was going to be okay.” 
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Jace, who is famous at St. Jude for his smile, uses sign language to ask for more bubbles. St. Jude is teaching Jace to sign and helping him fight his way back from a large cancerous tumor in his spinal cord. Jace’s mom describes his progress as “a miracle of God and science.”
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I can't begin to describe what a blessing it is to have such a wonderful organization like St. Jude. I'm sending lots of love and prayers to the children, families and staff of St. Jude. I hope to see many more smiles from little Jace😊
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"We were blessed to be able to put our daughter in the best place in this world to treat her," says Tess's dad. Watch to learn more about this little girl's incredible battle against cancer and the research that saved her. http://bit.ly/2iwT92b
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I feel bad for the kids
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Lilly couldn’t walk, talk or swallow when she arrived at St. Jude a little more than a year ago. Now, after tenaciously tackling treatment for brain cancer, Lilly can dance again. Dressed as a cat, she performed gracefully and joyfully in her Christmas ballet. “Dancing makes her heart so happy,” said her mom. “Without St. Jude it wouldn’t have been possible."
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Happy new year and god bless to you
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Tomorrow is the last day to make a tax-deductible gift for 2016. Join our lifesaving mission: Finding cures. Saving children. Donate today: http://bit.ly/2iluyuT
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In 2008, Javon and his little sister, Jakayla, were featured in the Thanks and Giving campaign. The siblings, who are funny, friendly kids, love music. But they have something else in common, too: They were both treated at St. Jude for acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). See how the lives of these two loving kids have changed since then.
You might remember the story of siblings Javon and Jakayla, which we shared with you in 2008. See how the lives of these two loving kids have changed since then.
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Da'Maya's symptoms seemed minor: an earache and swollen throat. But after her mom, Sywanda, noticed she seemed sleepy in church, she became worried. When a biopsy suggested cancer, Da'Maya was quickly referred to St. Jude. Read her story here: http://bit.ly/2jfrtwl
Da'Maya's initial symptoms seemed minor. But after her mom, Sywanda, noticed she seemed sleepy in church, she became worried. A biopsy revealed cancer.
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God bless her
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Lori and Ashly are a mother daughter duo on a mission for the kids of St. Jude. They recently ran their first full marathon as St. Jude Heroes for the kids.
"They are the epitome of strength and resilience, bravado and love, naivety and hope despite struggle. They are the reason that we run.”
This motivating mother-daughter duo ran their first full marathon together this year. Find out what inspires them to run.
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One fall day in September 2014, Kevin walked outside and witnessed his son, Ty, throwing and catching a baseball with his left arm. Ty is right-handed. “When I saw that I knew something was wrong,” Kevin said. X-rays later revealed just how serious the problem was. Find out how this active teen is doing today.
Ty's pains seemed like symptoms of a sports injury, but an X-ray revealed something much worse — cancer.
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My best thoughts and prayers for all you've been through. Hope all is going well for you now ...
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Lexi is an outgoing six year old with a big grin and a love of dancing. When she was three, her parents noticed bruises that wouldn't disappear. They turned to St. Jude for answers: http://bit.ly/2hRJCPP
When little Lexi started getting bruises that wouldn’t go away, blood tests would reveal the 3-year-old was dangerously ill with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
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Dance, dance, dance little one! A guardian angel will be dancing on your shoulder right along with you!
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As we enter 2017, we're looking back on some of our favorite moments from last year, and donors like you helped to make them possible. Happy New Year from the kids of St. Jude!
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Buenas noches no e tenido ninguna de mis hijas con cancer y lamento y me da tristesa todos esos niños y niñas que estan enfermas y le pido a dios que bendiga a cada una de esas personas que trabaja en ese hospital y quisiera ayudar pero por el momento no puedo att erwin
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Tyler is an outgoing kid who loves school, drawing and playing the drums. Thanks to treatment at St. Jude, he has been cancer free for six months. http://bit.ly/2iF6eHv
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St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, founded by the late entertainer Danny Thomas, is one of the world's premier centers for the research and treatment of pediatric cancer and other catastrophic childhood diseases. 

St. Jude is the only pediatric cancer research center where families never pay for treatments that are not covered by insurance. No child is denied treatment because of a family's inability to pay.