Nation’s Capitol RUN for a National Day for DIPG

Saturday Sept. 19 at 10am eastern standard time we will begin from the White House taking a circuitous route around the monuments and the National Mall, finishing at the White House.  The names of all the DIPG children will be read, represented by the ribbons on the angel wings of…

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“‘Just Say It!’–DIPG–The Run for a National Day” heralds the fight to end obscurity for DIPG in the United States.

DIPG parents must watch and wait in terror as their child disappears from this world knowing that to our current system they don’t matter. How many more of them have to die before they are a priority? This is why I’m running for a National Day. On PRWeb For Immediate…

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“Just Say It!”—the Run for a National Day for DIPG, run #2 of 4 is this Sunday in Los Angeles.

Most of the cases on the news this year of terminally diagnosed children have been DIPG, but no one knows it… Wednesday, September 2, 2015 Santa Clarita, CA—Event #2, the LA Beach Run of the “Just Say It!”—DIPG, the Run for a National Day begins this Sunday Sept. 6 at…

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Local Mom’s National Campaign for DIPG Awareness

“Just Say It!”—A Local Mom’s National Campaign for DIPG Awareness   August 17, 2015, Santa Clarita, CA—Janet Demeter is running on the heels of good fortune, the local leadership of our very own CA State Assemblyman Scott Wilk who, touched by the story of Jacks Angels Foundation, authored ACR151 which…

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Childhood Cancer Awareness Month 2015

Jack’s Angels is gearing up for a busy Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, September 2015!  At home, in Agua Dulce, our float in the Country Fair Parade September 19 will be full of angels raising awareness for childhood cancer and DIPG, locally, while our runner will be in Washington DC with…

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Petition for DIPG and Childhood Cancer

Please help us get a National Day for our DIPG heroes!   This could seriously help our kids and childhood cancer research.  That’s right, you really do have the power to create change!  All it takes is clicking a button, but you have to actually do it for it to work,…

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DIPG Awareness Run kicks-off the WEEK in California

The DIPG Awareness Run on May 25, 2015 marked the beginning of the first celebrated DIPG Awareness Week in the State of California.  Declared in June of 2014 by the California State Assembly, thanks to the work of Assemblyman Scott Wilk, a national statement and achievement was made for DIPG,…

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DIPG Awareness Week in California, May 25-31

Wednesday, May 20, Santa Clarita, CA–DIPG, diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, is a pediatric brain tumor that is invariably terminal with no progress made to that effect in over 35 years of clinical record.  DIPG is responsible for roughly 80% of pediatric brain tumor deaths annually[1], the leading cause of cancer-related…

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Because of Lauren…

  Lauren Hill, 19, died on Friday, April 10 2014 after a very public, 16-month battle with DIPG.  In her fight, she began the victory against indifference to childhood cancer, and for awareness for DIPG–diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma–an invariably terminal pediatric brain tumor, in the midst of which thousands of…

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LOCAL CHILDREN’S FESTIVAL FOR THE ARTS RAISES AWARENESS FOR PEDIATRIC BRAIN CANCER

Download/Copy pdf For immediate release—Santa Clarita CA, Tuesday, March 24, 2015:  Jack’s Angels Foundation presents its 3rd Annual “Art for Jack” Music and Art Festival for Children on Sunday May 3, 2015 at the Sulphur Springs Elementary School MPR in Canyon Country, CA from 1-5pm.  The event celebrates the artistic…

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