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Killer T vs. memory – DNA isn’t destiny for T cells
Research reveals surprising inactivation mechanism for voltage-gated ion channel
ZBP1 links interferon treatment and dangerous inflammatory cell death during Covid
Updates on gene therapy for ‘bubble boy’ disease and cellular immunotherapy at ASGCT
Tool to unlock ‘numbers game’ of big data in rare disease research
Strategy overcomes EZH2 inhibitor resistance in SMARCB1 mutated cancer
Lab findings suggest EGFR inhibitors may prevent rhabdomyosarcoma recurrence
Study finds jumping “junk” DNA is a novel cause of childhood brain cancer
American Society of Clinical Oncology honors St. Jude clinical brain tumor researcher
St. Jude researchers honored for contributions to treatment of pediatric blood disorders
Immune responses support Covid vaccination regardless of when people were infected
St. Jude at American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital evacuates second group of patients from Ukraine safely to United States
First Ukrainian pediatric cancer patients evacuated to U.S. arrive safely at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Chronologically young, biologically old – DNA linked to cancer survivors’ premature aging
Memphis Airport to open unique lounge for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
With Fundacja Herosi, St. Jude aids Ukrainian children with cancer and blood disorders
With Herosi Foundation, St. Jude aids Ukrainian children with cancer and blood disorders
With Fundacja Herosi, St. Jude aids Ukranian children with cancer and blood disorders
St. Jude creates HPV cancer prevention awareness campaign to emphasize need for HPV vaccination
Research reveals high-risk subtype of relapsed pediatric AML
Research lays foundation for prevention of most common childhood cancer
Young vs. old: How host environment affects immune response
Inherited gene variant powers up an oncogene to drive high-risk leukemia
CAR T cells target AML, spare bone marrow
Genetic ancestry provides important context for understanding global diversity in childhood leukemia
Common cold coronaviruses hinder antibody immune response to SARS-CoV-2 infection
Understanding how autoactivation triggers cell death
Secrets of regulatory T cell development reveal clinical possibilities
SARS-CoV-2 vaccination creates strong, persistent T-cell response
Research reveals features that influence phase separation
Chromatin architecture reveals vulnerabilities to neurodegenerative movement disorders
Phase separation underlies leukemia caused by NUP98 fusion oncoproteins
World Health Organization and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to dramatically increase global access to childhood cancer
Chemoimmunotherapy dramatically improved survival of high-risk neuroblastoma patients
St. Jude at ASH: Annual hematology meeting highlights recent research
Exhaustion affects CAR T-cell clinical response
Findings reveal new mechanism of activation for ALK
Discovery of how immune cells sense nutrients offers new therapeutic insight
Target prevents T-cell exhaustion, boosts CAR T-cell responses
St. Jude researchers are again among world’s most highly cited scientists
Together by St. Jude Teaches Children about Covid Vaccines in New Coloring Book
Cell-free DNA identifies early signs of relapse in pediatric medulloblastoma
Promising preclinical cancer therapy harnesses newly discovered cell death pathway
Powered by St. Jude, Together, Web-Based Patient Education Resource on Childhood Cancer, Plans to Launch
Accumulated DNA damage linked to neurodegeneration in rare pediatric disorder
St. Jude acquires facility dog for employee support
Genetic rescue, ‘natural gene therapy,’ suggests possible new approach to pediatric MDS