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Vivian

Never Forget Why We Fight!

Vivian credits the work of those at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital for her improved progress. And those who have donated insuring the Hospital’s financial mission! – 2009 Northwestohio.com “I […]

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St. Jude Welcomes Kids for Kids Committee

Monthly Newsletter – March 2014

Keeping you in touch with all the Kids for Kids Foundation’s Events and News Kids for Kids Committee Visits St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital On March 28th a group of […]

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Matthew

Congratulations Matthew!

Congratulations to our Junior Committee Member, MATTHEW, who raised $610 through his school’s Math-A-Thon to benefit St Jude. Let us know what YOU are doing to help raise money in […]

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St. Jude Patient Eden

In April 2014, when tests revealed Eden had acute lymphoblastic leukemia, a type of blood cancer, her family was referred to St. Jude. She is undergoing two-and-a-half years of chemotherapy […]

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St. Jude – Legends for Charity 2014

The St. Jude – Legends for Charity 2014 was an awesome event. Honoring Michael Strahan. See more photos on St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital – New York & New Jersey […]

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St. Jude Patient David

When David had a fainting spell on Christmas Eve, he was rushed to the local emergency room, where doctors suspected he may have cancer. David and his family arrived at […]

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St. Jude Patient Yamila

Hispanic children are more likely than those from other racial and ethnic backgrounds to be diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), a type of blood cancer, and are more likely […]

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St. Jude Patient Cedric

When a routine newborn screening showed that Cedric had sickle cell disease, his family was referred immediately to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. St. Jude has one of the largest […]

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St. Jude Patient Gracie

When 5-year-old Gracie didn’t want her belly touched, her mom feared appendicitis. In fact, the diagnosis was worse: acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Gracie began a treatment plan of two-and-a-half years of […]

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