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With your help Brooks Brothers has raised over $12.3 million for
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital since 2005.
the new brooks brothers computational biology center
This past June, with a $20 million commitment from Brooks Brothers, St. Jude unveiled The Brooks Brothers Computational Biology Center. Housed within the 28,700 square feet of space are state-of-the-art offices and laboratories where researchers will study the genetic information gathered in 2010 for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital -- Washington University Pediatric Cancer Genome Project. This data is so comprehensive, that researchers need highly sophisticated computers and equipment to properly analyze it. In fact, if typed in a single line, the genome data would stretch from Memphis to the moon 16 times!
From Left: Steele Ford and Emily Adams (St. Jude), Claudio Del Vecchio, Emilie Antonetti, Matteo Del Vecchio,
Hannah Nance (Brooks Brothers), Christy Prewitt (St. Jude)
“When children are diagnosed with cancer or another life threatening
disease, their parents turn to St. Jude – where groundbreaking research and
pioneering procedures are being done every day – giving families hope.”
– Marlo Thomas
  • patient stories
    When Sam was found to suffer from neuroblastoma, his family turned to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital,® where his treatment includes chemotherapy, a natural killer (NK) cell transplant where he’ll receive his dad’s cells, an antibody treatment and radiation therapy. Sam’s mom is appreciative of the care St. Jude has provided to Sam and the rest of their family. “I arrived pregnant with my second child,” she said. “Sam’s nurses were very helpful in suggesting care for me and the baby.” Now that Sam’s baby sister is here, he relishes being a big brother. He likes playing with trucks and cars and watching The Lion King.
  • patient stories
    In August 2014, Mabry developed an ear infection she couldn’t shake. Then, her face swelled. Tests soon revealed Mabry suffered from acute lymphoblastic leukemia. “You feel like you’re in a dream,” Mabry’s mom, Jenny, said. “We were in complete shock.” Mabry was immediately sent to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital,® where she is undergoing chemotherapy. Mabry’s parents are grateful for everything St. Jude provides. “There’s so much support from the doctors and nurses,” Jenny said. “There are parent mentor programs and play groups. Everyone here cares about your child.” Mabry loves to dress up like a princess.
  • patient stories
    When Ashley lost her appetite and stopped walking, tests revealed she suffered from acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Her parents were devastated. “Your whole world comes crashing down on you,” said Ashley’s dad. At St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital,® Ashley started chemotherapy on a two-and-a-half year treatment plan. Treatments invented at St. Jude have helped push the overall childhood cancer survival rate from 20 percent to 80 percent since it opened 50 years ago. Ashley is responding well to treatment. “We’re so thankful for everything St. Jude has done for her,” said her mother. Ashley loves to dance and have her picture taken.
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