CCTR Presents Congressman Knight’s HRes586 and the Runners Roundtable

CCTR is on the ROAD with the RUN for HRes586! Special guest Congressman Steve Knight explains the importance of this legislation that he authored, National DIPG Awareness Week and more consideration for those in urgent need of solutions, and our kids. A reunion of runners from around the country–Brian Jones, …

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200 Mile Activist Run for HRes586 Makes History for DIPG, Childhood Cancer Awareness, and the State of California

For Immediate Release pdf. version April 19, 2016 Santa Clarita, CA—Ultra-distance runner and activist for children with cancer Everett Smith of Redlands, CA and Janet Demeter of Jack’s Angels in Agua Dulce, CA team up to promote “Action Days” for HRes586 in support of children currently afflicted with DIPG and …

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CCTR Presents, “Realities of DIPG”

Jaime King, mother to Katie(7), aka Katherine the Brave, and Mark Landis, father to Parker (5), describe the realities faced by parents of DIPG-diagnosed children today. DIPG, diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, is an invariably terminal pediatric brain tumor with no change in treatment protocol for over 40 years. Parents discover …

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CCTR interviews Dr. Kathy Warren(NCI) and Michael Antonellis(NBTS)

CCTR presents Dr. Kathy Warren, top researcher in pediatric neuro-oncology at the Center for Cancer Research at the National Cancer Institute (NCI), who discusses the history of DIPG research and the nature of this strange and misunderstood tumor, challenges to treatment, and hopeful new lines of research for effective therapies …

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