Reps Speier, Joyce Introduce Bipartisan Resolution to Fight Deadly Pediatric Cancer

Contact: DC – Tracy Manzer (202) 225-3531 (W) / (202) 538-0641 (C) tracy.manzer@mail.house.gov CA – Katrina Rill (650) 342-0300 (W) / (650) 208-7441 (C) katrina.rill@mail.house.gov Reps Speier, Joyce Introduce Bipartisan Resolution to Fight Deadly Pediatric Cancer Washington, DC –Today, Reps. Jackie Speier (D-San Francisco/San Mateo) and David P. Joyce (R-Cleveland),…

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CC-TDI Research Series I: DIPG Tumor Cell Hotel

Dr. Charles Keller, Scientific Director of the Children’s Cancer Therapy Development Institute, joins us with Dr. Anju Karki, post-doctoral fellow and DIPG Tumor Cell Hotel project leader describe this creative design to affect a real solution for children diagnosed with arguably the deadliest pediatric brain cancer, diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma.…

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The Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation with Jeri Wilson

Jeri Wilson, Executive Director, has been with PCRF (Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation) since September of 2011 and has taken this organization from a $1.5 million dollar operating budget to a $3.5 million dollar organization. All while keeping 84% of the funding going straight to research. Since 1982, PCRF has partnered…

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Update from the Alliance

Dear Friends, As we write, Alliance advocates around the country are working on the next crucial step to enacting legislation recently signed into law.  As many of you may well know. the Caroline Pryce Walker Conquer Childhood Cancer Act of 2008, though signed into law, never had it allocations respected,…

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Four Pennies Supports Project Open DIPG

Open DIPG (Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma) Research Project This research project is all about collaboration, and is the first of its kind in many ways. “Open DIPG (diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma)” is the first translational, multi-institutional study that will address an unmet need for treating pediatric Central Nervous System (CNS)…

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Death Sentence for 300 Children Each Year in the United States Motivates DIPG Advocacy Group Trip to Washington DC

April 14, 2018 The current medical research system…is non-apologetically and systematically divested of concern. April 12, 2018, Santa Clarita, CA–The DIPG Advocacy Group, organized by childhood cancer advocate Janet Demeter of Agua Dulce, CA is preparing a trip to Washington DC for the week of April 16, 2018 to visit…

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