‘The ABC’s of Cancer’ – Local Kids Give A Voice To Thoughts Of Former St. Jude Kids Who No Longer Have One
When we were preparing for our St. Jude Radiothon, we know one of the most powerful things we shared during the broadcast is the ‘ABC’s of Cancer‘, but it’s even more powerful, when local kids lend their voice to share them with you.
The ABCs of Cancer are all at once a sad and lovely and hopeful and joyful glimpse into the amazing minds of the young heroes who come to St. Jude. Trying to describe the ABCs of Cancer is like trying to explain St. Jude to a person who has never stepped inside the hospital. Once you see it, once you visit, your heart can never be the same.
The ABCs of Cancer, created by St. Jude patients and displayed in a prominent hospital hallway, offer 26 views of living with cancer and the lessons learned from that journey.” – St. Jude Children’t Research Hospital
Here are a few of our local children from Mrs. Hamilton’s 1st Grade Class at Emerson Elementary School and some little-leaguers from Extra Innings, reading the ‘ABC’s of Cancer’. Let’s start with St. Jude patient, Trevor:
View our interactive ABCs of Cancer multimedia presentation.