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  • n. (New Testament) supposed brother of St. James; one of the Apostles who is invoked in prayer when a situation seems hopeless


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  • Medtronic, which has called St. Jude's claims "groundless," said great care was taken to address St. Jude's "legitimate concerns" when crafting Mr. McCullough's job.

    Ex-St. Jude Official

  • Medtronic, which called St. Jude's accusations "groundless," confirmed Mr. McCullough's hiring and position, but a spokesman said he wouldn't comment on this matter.

    St. Jude Says Ex-Executive Violated Pact by Joining Medtronic

  • I also work with St. Jude, which is a-- that ` s the children ` s cancer hospital.

    CNN Transcript Feb 8, 2008

  • St. Jude, which is based in St. Paul, Minn., projected second-quarter earnings of 54 cents to 56 cents and boosted its full-year forecast seven cents to $2.15 to $2.20 a share.

    Strong Sales Boost

  • Through programs like Workout for St. Jude, the idea of St. Jude founder Danny Thomas to raise funds for the hospital through community-based events is able to continue. - News

  • Pinkel’s new hospital, called St. Jude’s named, aptly enough, after the patron saint of lost causes, rose like a marooned concrete starfish out of a concrete parking lot on a barren field.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • Along with the thrill of riding bikes, we enjoy our involvement with charities; such as St. Jude's, the Dream Factory and Toys for Tots. - Local News

  • '' St. Jude's is very, very, very much into the Saints, '' said Ava Kay Jones, a Voodoo and Yoruba priestess who also sings in the St. Jude's choir for Sunday evening mass.

    The Natchez Democrat

  • The nation can then partner with an outside organization, such as St. Jude, to create or focus on a single pediatric cancer unit and make it the nucleus for training, education and grass-roots community participation.


  • This is essential in an environment such as St. Jude because of the rare diseases that we treat and the highly specialized competencies required to treat them. "

    Newswise: Latest News


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