DIPG now the #1 killer of kids with cancer.

This link will take you to the Scientific American article online about DIPG.  Though technically a rare disease, DIPG is arguably significant. By Esther Landhuis on October 28, 2016, Scientific American online Scientists Tackle Lethal Childhood Brain Cancer In precision medicine era legacy gifts of patient brain tissue reveal disease mechanisms…

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200 Mile Activist Run for HRes586 Makes History for DIPG, Childhood Cancer Awareness, and the State of California

For Immediate Release pdf. version April 19, 2016 Santa Clarita, CA—Ultra-distance runner and activist for children with cancer Everett Smith of Redlands, CA and Janet Demeter of Jack’s Angels in Agua Dulce, CA team up to promote “Action Days” for HRes586 in support of children currently afflicted with DIPG and…

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