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  • Take some time to read this from CureToday ~ Future health risks aren’t concerning to childhood cancer survivors, study shows. Great news for our patients!

    Childhood Cancer Survivors Lack Concern for Future Health Risks

    In the United States, there are more than 15 million cancer survivors, and among them are 419,000 survivors who were under 20 years old when they first learned they had cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. Those numbers are proof that advancements in anticancer treatment are keeping people alive longer.

  • PEOPLE ranks St. Jude at #23 on their list for Top 50 Companies that Care, based on the Great Place to Work survey. Thank you @People for this great honor!

    See the 2018 List of PEOPLE's 50 Companies That Care

    PEOPLE partners with Great Place to Work® to identify the top U.S. companies caring for their communities, their employees, and the world. Here's the 50 companies doing that in 2018. PEOPLE partners with Great Place to Work® to identify the top U.S. companies caring for their communities, their employees, and the world.

  • Meet our Administrative Director of Nursing, Tiffany Rooks, and see what she loves most about working at St. Jude!

    St. Jude Employee Spotlight: administrative director - Nursing Administration

    Tiffany Rooks, Administrative Director of Nursing Administration, works with nurses and patients on a daily basis. She notes how St. Jude employees' joy and mindfulness toward the mission has inspired her since Day One. Her role fulfills several different functions, varying from patient care initiatives to the hospital's strategic goals.

  • Construction of our new state-of-the-art Advanced Research Center has begun! This new facility is being constructed to give our scientific and clinical researchers the tools and space they need to make life-saving discoveries.

    St. Jude Announces Plans for State-of-the-Art Advanced Research Center

    St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is poised to break ground on a new $412 million research facility in spring 2018. The new advanced research center marks the beginning of a new era of scientific advancement emerging at St. Jude.

  • St. Jude once again made the Fortune list of the 100 Best Workplaces for Millenials! Thank you to all of our amazing employees! St. Jude truly is a great place to work.

    St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

    Employees say: "Unlike other "not-for-profit" hospitals, St. Jude does not charge any of its patients anything. I can rest assured that I am contributing to an organization that will never cause someone to go bankrupt simply for seeking life-saving treatment.

  • Congratulations to St. Jude President and CEO, James R. Downing, M.D., for being No. 5 on the Glassdoor Top 100 CEOs in the U.S. large companies list. Downing has a high approval rating on the site from St. Jude faculty and staff, which earned him the Employees’ Choice Award.
    Downing has dedicated more than two decades to uncovering the genetic basis of childhood cancer. As St. Jude president and CEO, Downing is the architect of a six-year strategic plan to expand St. Jude clinical care and research programs throughout the country and around the world.

    Top CEOs

    Employees have spoken! These are the Top CEOs for 2018, according to Glassdoor. Did your boss make the cut?

  • St. Jude is the No. 1 #dreamemployer for high-achieving scholars, according to the latest The National Society of High School Scholars career survey of more than 16,000 high school and college students! “We are proud to know there is a new generation eager to continue the lifesaving work of St. Jude,” says James R. Downing, M.D., St. Jude president and chief executive officer.

  • Today is World Sickle Cell Day, raising awareness about this inherited blood disorder that affects about 100,000 people in the U.S. Our researchers and clinicians work hard to treat and cure this disease.

    Recognizing Sickle Cell Awareness

    St. Jude has been committed to treating and curing sickle cell disease since its opening in 1962. From birth to adulthood, we help patients live with sickle cell disease, while we continue to research new cures and better long-term care. Sickle Cell Disease and Related Genetic Conditions About 100,000 people in the U.S.

  • Yesterday we celebrated National Cancer Survivors Day. St. Jude doesn't just treat children with cancer, but we follow our patients throughout their lives to yield insights into the long-term effects of pediatric cancer and treatment through the St. Jude LIFE study. Findings from St. Jude LIFE are informing new approaches to improve long-term survivor health.

    St. Jude LIFE Study

    Pediatric cancer treatments save lives, but can increase health risks for survivors during adulthood. St. Jude LIFE is an unprecedented research study that brings long-term childhood cancer survivors back to St. Jude for regular health screenings throughout their adult lives. To date, more than 3,600 participants have undergone comprehensive health evaluations through St.

  • St. Jude invites you to learn how we tackle some of the biggest challenges in clinical research. Reserve your spot for our live web-learning event:

    Clinical Research Talent Talks Survey

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