Press Release 1/13/2016

“Chad and Jack’s DIPG Resolution” (unofficially titled for Chad Carr of Michigan, and Jack Demeter, of California) http://knightforms.house.gov/news/email/show.aspx?ID=QL2FAABJSRT6G “Letter to Colleagues” by Adam Brooks (introductory letter to Resolution)      /     Resolution Text KNIGHT INTRODUCES BIPARTISAN CHILDHOOD CANCER RESEARCH BILL  CONGRESSMAN WORKING WITH AGUA DULCE RESIDENT TO INCREASE…

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Moonshot

Chad and Jack’s DIPG Resolution and Childhood Cancer; is it relevant? The Resolution is named for Chad Carr of Michigan and Jack Demeter of California, both beloved and perished to DIPG. …this is about making a decision, a decision to not look away, but to acknowledge the relevance of life.…

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A Personal Appeal

pdf version Janet Demeter, Santa Clarita CA                                                                                     November 13, 2015 My son’s story is similar to many DIPG-diagnosed children; it is unique because he was precious, as all children are precious.  It is my hope that it may help shed light on this experience that is DIPG, that more will…

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2015 Advocacy Report

For partnering organizations, groups, individuals. Jack’s Angels Foundation:  Advocacy Report and General Update for Collaborative Individuals, Groups, and Organizations “What your money’s been doing.”   General Description:  This follows a journey in advocacy for children and their families with DIPG, that more can be done for them in the future, and…

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For Immediate Release 10.5.15

On October 17, ‘4Another’ finishes its Across-the-USA Run for Childhood Cancer Awareness with local Jack’s Angels runner at the Santa Monica Pier. Monday, October 5, 2015, Santa Clarita CA—John McKay and Everett Smith began their cross-country run on June 6, 2015 in Virginia Beach, VA, and their final three days…

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Childhood Cancer Awareness; why won’t they “go GOLD”?

In Loving Memory of Evylah d. 10.10.15 September was Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, but for some reason the President refused to flood-light the White House gold, even for a day, as it goes pink for breast cancer, rainbow for same-sex marriage, and the list goes on.  To add insult to injury,…

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