May 17 is DIPG Awareness Day—A National Movement

I discovered it was the 2nd most common pediatric brain tumor, and responsible for the majority of pediatric brain cancer deaths each year.  If brain cancer is the leading cause of death in kids with cancer, it’s hardly irrelevant, no matter how you define ‘rare’. May 14, 2017, Santa Clarita, …

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DIPG Across the Map

Jenny Mosier, Executive Director of the Michael Mosier Defeat DIPG Foundation joins us to discuss a 50-State Project for DIPG, calling for volunteers in as many states as possible to work for a gubernatorial or state legislature proclamation for May 17 2017 DIPG Awareness Day.  The 2017 National DIPG Awareness …

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“Run the Rocks!” Event Supports Research Project for Pediatric Brain Cancer

March 6, 2017, Santa Clarita, CA–Jack’s Angels Foundation of Agua Dulce, CA is organizing the trail running event “Run the Rocks!”—including a family walk—at Vasquez Rocks County Park 10700 Escondido Canyon Rd, Agua Dulce 91350, on Sunday April 30th 2017, with races beginning at 9am.  The event opens at 8:00 am …

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Rubio, Bennet Reintroduce Legislation Benefiting Pediatric Cancer Research

Link to Marco Rubio’s site:  http://www.rubio.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/2017/2/rubio-bennet-reintroduce-legislation-benefitting-pediatric-cancer-research Feb. 27, 2017 Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL), Michael Bennet (D-CO), Chris Van Hollen (D-MD), and Cory Gardner (R-CO) today reintroduced the RACE for Children Act (Research to Accelerate Cures and Equity for Children Act), legislation supporting the development of innovative and promising …

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Help End Obscurity for DIPG and Pediatric Cancer

Rally-On for H.Res.69!  Help End Obscurity for DIPG and Pediatric Cancer February 19, 2017, Agua Dulce, CA—Jack’s Angels Foundation is calling on the Childhood Cancer Community for support in rallying Congress for the 2017 National DIPG Awareness Resolution, H.Res.69.   It raises awareness to the realities of pediatric brain cancer, and …

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H.Res.69 and Supporting Events

Jack’s Angels Relay for Research #runforDIPG #CureDIPG With the introduction, January 30th, of the 2017 National DIPG Awareness Resolution (H.Res.69) by our very own Congressman Steve Knight, Jack’s Angels Foundation will be working hard to advocate for its passage and to raise awareness for the urgent need for greater pediatric …

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MaxCure and the Run for the White House

Brian Jones, creator of the Run for the Whitehouse for Childhood Cancer on Facebook joins us to describe the beginnings of the program, what it has become, and discusses the adventure of teaming up with MaxCure Foundation with Executive Director Jonathan Agin. Both gentleman are prominent US advocates for children …

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Virtual Running Event Benefits Pediatric Cancer Research and offers Global Support for the 2017 National DIPG Awareness Resolution

From anywhere in the world, all are welcome to participate in the “Virtual Relay for Jack” event, supporting a research project for DIPG, the leading cause of death in children with brain cancer.  The event also provides a rallying point for the groundbreaking National DIPG Awareness Resolution which addresses the …

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Press Release: World Marathon Challenge 777

For Immediate Release:  November 28, 2016 Contact:  Nicola Beddow  (786)493-6077 / ABC2 / nicola.beddow@abc2.org Endurance Athlete Living With Brain Cancer to Compete in World Marathon Challenge to Raise $1 Million for Research BethAnn Telford to Run Seven Marathons on Seven Continents in Seven Days November 28, 2016 (Washington, DC) – …

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Letter from Gabriella Miller Kids First Program

Dear friends and followers, We would like to share information with you from the Gabriella Miller “Kids First” Pediatric Research Program, inspired of course by the late great, very young yet highly mighty Gabriella Miller, DIPG warrior, and childhood cancer activist.  There is also the opportunity here to subscribe to …

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