St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital believes no child should die in the dawn of life.
That means every child, everywhere.
Pediatric patients arriving at the Polish border are greeted by experienced oncologists to determine if any patients need to be immediately transported to a hospital by ambulance. Those remaining in the convoy are escorted by Polish police to the Unicorn Marian Wilemski Clinic. The Unicorn clinic, located in a former hotel, has the capacity for as many as 300 people, including patients and families. When patients and their families arrive at Unicorn, they have space to rest, eat and sleep for a few days while it is determined where they will go to continue their care.