Bill Kohler: When Suddenly There’s No Time.

From a State Tax Measure bringing needed funds to pediatric cancer research, to leading in the country-wide movement for a DIPG Awareness Day, Pennsylvania is leading in authentic grassroots advocacy for children with cancer and their families. Bill Kohler is a highly respected and decorated veteran of the Iraq war,…

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Barbara Salzman and The Jester

Barbara Saltzman joins us from Palos Verdes CA, home of The Jester & Pharley™ Phund, the charity that grew out of her late son David’s best-selling children’s book, “The Jester Has Lost His Jingle.” David created The Jester as his senior project at Yale before his death from cancer in…

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Research Series Part II: Osteosarcoma and the Trey Foote Foundation

The second edition of Childhood Cancer Talk Radio’s Research Series with Children’s Cancer Therapy Development Institute features an osteosarcoma research project directed by Jin-ah Kim PhD. Originally from South Korea, Kim describes her education experience, vocational direction to cancer research, and the unique challenges and goals for the project. The…

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Urgency of Need: Awareness and Research for Pediatric Brain Cancer, with Steven Healey

Steven Healey shares the inspiration behind the foundation, his beautiful, forever-5 year old daughter Brooke who’s life lasted just eight months post diagnosis of DIPG, a deadly pediatric brain cancer. Healey describes the harrowing experience as a parent, but also about a new-found community of families dedicated to funding research…

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US. House of Representatives: Regarding Vague Reference Objections to Awareness Days

‘We don’t do those anymore…’ Now what? This is a brief description of an occasional yet pervasive challenge which DIPG Advocacy Group has met in its visits to Congressional Offices in Washington DC regarding the legitimacy of House Resolutions designating an awareness day, as the newly introduced H. Res. 114,…

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