General to U.S news.1.b. St.judes is a pediatric

General Purpose: To entertain and inspire my audience by honoring a special Hospital and describing the impact they had on families life.Specific purpose: Talk about how St . Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital helped families in a very life changing way.Introduction:I.          Attention Getter: “Do not set yourself on fire in order to keep others warm.” 33. “The way I see it, every life is a pile of good things and bad things. The good things don’t always soften the bad things, but vice versa, the bad things don’t always spoil the good things and make them unimportant”, anonymously said.”II.        Motivation for listening:       1.III.        Thesis Statement: Hi , I am Natalie Tavarez. Because I am so interest and the medical field ,today i will be talking you why i would like to honor St Jude’s Children HospitalIV.      Preview of Speech (1st , 2nd, 3rd,etc) First I will be talking a little bit about St jude’s hospital and what they do , Next i will talk about how their saving children all around the world and wont stop till no child dies from cancer etc. and Lastly , I will talk about how families never receives bills and focus on the patientTransition to body of speech: First ,BodyI.      St Jude’s Children’s research hospital1.a.This organization freely shares the discoveries with doctors and patients around the world to help cure these young children who are battling a terrible disease. St. Jude’s Hospital is more than just an organization, it’s a family that looks after each other, cares for the lives of the children that were told they are extremely sick, and making sure those children were as comfortable as possible through the scariest process of their lives and so they were recognized for caring for all the children they have ever worked with and awarded with the Beacon Award for Critical Care Excellence, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (2009, 2010) according to U.S news.1.b. St.judes is a pediatric treatment and research facility focused on children’s catastrophic diseases. The hospital costs about $1.8 million a day to run, and there is no cost towards any children to be treated. It also helped push the survival rate for childhood cancer from less than 20% in 1962 to more than 80% today which is very impressiveTransition: Next,1.II.  Second Main Point : Helping kids from all over world 1.a. The discoveries made at st judes are shared freely, so every child saved at St Judes means doctors and scientist can use knowledge to save thousands more children around the world, Which they call freely sharing.1.b. They have a project named ” Pediatric Cancer Genome Project, that led by st. jude and Washington University In St. Louis. They discovered the genetic origins of childhood cancer and find new cures.Then with the Raw sequence data for all published results is freely available to the global research community. With sharing finding from the these projects like the pediatric cancer genome project, st jude is helping hospital and institution worldwide to make advances in the global challenge that is curing childhood cancer.Transition: Lastly,1.III. How families never receives bills  1.a. When a child is treated at St. Jude,their  families never receive a bill for treatment, travel, housing or food because the hospital feels as though all they should worry about is helping their child live.1.b. Most of the money about 75% of it is raised to operate St. Judes raised from generous donors. “They provide your lodging, your travel expenses, your meals. You have 100 percent of your attention on your child. You don’t worry about anything else.”Dinah, mother of Kayla, 5 years old, Alabama, medulloblastoma Transition:FurthermoreConclusion:1.I.     Summary of Main Points:  About St Jude Children’s Research Hospitals How they save children from all around the world How families never receive bills1.II. Throwback attention Getter: ‘ Someday. God willing we are going to beat all the odds and make childhood cancer a thing of the past. -Danny Thomas

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