“Moonshot4Kids” at Monje Lab: DIPG Families Advocate for Increased Pediatric Cancer Research Funds

June 7, 2019 | Mia Brozovich Nacke COMMUNITY OUTREACH, EVENTS, PEDIATRICS, RESEARCH AND INNOVATION. Families who have lost children to Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma, a fatal brain tumor with a median survival of 9-10 months, met with Stanford pediatric neuro-oncologist Michelle Monje to learn about new clinical trials and express…

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To the Ends of the Earth: Juju’s Journey with Mark Hyde

Our show features a window into the experience of a father, Mark Hyde, who literally chose to go to the ends of the earth for his daughter, honoring her life with a journey to the north pole. While she was fighting rhabdomyosarcoma, Juliet went with her dad, sister, and mom…

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A Family Affair: Kendal Brown and her Family in South Carolina

Sandra Brown joins us on Childhood Cancer Talk Radio from Dillon, South Carolina to share the story of her beautiful, 10 year old granddaughter who is fighting brain cancer like a champion. Involved in an ongoing clinical trial for DIPG, Kendal was an honor student this past year, and is…

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From Advocacy to Activism: DIPG Advocacy Group Salutes Cannonballs Across America

May 2019 has witnessed important advances in pediatric brain cancer awareness, advocacy, and the fulfillment of a life-time dream by a dedicated brother and his friends for Kayne Finley of Ormond Beach FL, deceased 18 months ago to DIPG. DIPG is the second most common but deadliest pediatric brain cancer,…

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Truth in Pictures, Reality in Words: The Extraordinary Photo-Journalism of Moriah Ratner

A recent graduate of Syracuse University’s School of Photo-Journalism, Moriah Ratner tells the story of the lovely Lola Munoz, a thirteen year old girl afflicted with the deadliest pediatric cancer, DIPG, published within the last year, is truly a work of distinction. Moriah shares with us the process of discovery…

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