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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Letter to the President

There is a specialized killer on the loose taking the lives of 350 children a year in our country with certain regularity; I believe we’d be using whatever resources necessary to track him down if he were a person. September 6, 2016 Dear President Obama, I’ve written to you a …

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Letter to President Obama, 9/10/2016

There is a specialized killer loose taking the lives of 350 children a year in our country with certain regularity; I believe we’d be using whatever resources necessary to track him down if he were a person. Dear President Obama,                     …

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Legislative Landscape for Childhood Cancer Drug Development: Jonathan Agin, JD

CCTR interviews Jonathan Agin JD, father of Alexis who perished to DIPG in 2011 and 4 other young children, and official counsel and co-founder of the Children’s Cancer Therapy Development Institute.  One of our country’s foremost advocates for children with cancer, Jonathan describes the complexity of our medical research system …

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Regional Cancer Moonshot Summit Report

Cancer Moonshot Summit Report—Regional, Jack’s Angels Foundation, Santa Clarita, CA SCVTV Around Town Report On June 29, 2016, we were a group of 17 convening at The Master’s College in Santa Clarita for one of the few Southern California Regional Moonshot Summits, from a diversity of backgrounds and experience with …

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Live from cc-TDI Pediatric Cancer Nanocourse 2016

Live from the Children’s Cancer Therapy Development Institute, CCTR interviews 4 participants of the 2016 Pediatric Cancer Nanocourse, an introduction to the scientific research process and an opportunity to build a network of informed and empowered advocates who can drive the cure of rare cancers. cc-TDI has for its mission …

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Step UP! Action and Awareness with Neal Rourke and Jesse Robinson

CCTR talks with Neal Rourke and Jesse Robinson about the Childhood cancer Awareness Movement and the upcoming September, Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.  Lighting, “Going Gold”, the Maggie Project, and Tyler Robinson Foundations’s Project CANCO are featured.  CANCO is a bike ride planned to begin Sept. 1 from Niagra Falls, Canada …

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Laurie Johnson, Professional Psychic Advisor

Childhood Cancer Talk Radio interviews Laurie Johnson, author, psychic adviser, and teacher of the metaphysical arts; Laurie addresses the issue of childhood cancer and cancer in general and what that means in the greater scope of our reality.  Karma, life lessons, re-incarnation, pre-lifetime agreements are included in the discussion, and also …

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CCTR Interviews Morgan Platt, 12 yrs. old, 5-year survivor of GBM

Morgan Platt, 12 years old, 5 year survivor of GBM from Avon CT tells CCTR about her finishing a fundraiser for her two favorite charities, to the tune of $14,000.  Truly and inspiration, Morgan undergoes continuing chemotherapy and is beset by many sleepless nights and nausea…but her bright and shining …

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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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