Kortney Rose Foundation Pioneers Fundraising for Pediatric Brain Cancer

Kristen Gillette, Executive Director of the Kortney Rose Foundation in Oceanport, NJ, joins us to discuss the abrupt loss of her daughter Kortney in 2006 to a deadly brain tumor and the change of the landscape of childhood cancer research since then. Joining us in Segment II is Eric Montgomery,…

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Princess Keira’s Dream: One Girl’s Battle, A Worldwide War

Emma Wrenn joins us from the UK to discuss her new book about the life of her brave daughter Keira, who was one of a handful of children who pioneered the CED modality of treatment for DIPG in the care of Dr. Steven Gill at University of Bristol. Diffuse intrinsic…

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Oncoceutics: Real-Time Solutions for Cancer Treatment

Joshua Allen, Senior Vice President of Research and Development at Oncoceutics joins us to explain a novel group of compounds called imipridones that he helped to create which target specific mutations in an wide array of cancer types. ONC201, the first that he personally discovered, is now being used in…

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Appeal for a Presidential Proclamation for the Deadliest Pediatric Brain Cancer

On Day 23 of Brain Tumor Awareness Month in 2018, it seemed apropos to share this appeal: The Honorable Donald J. Trump President of the United States The White House Office of Proclamations 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500   Dear President Trump,   On behalf of the DIPG…

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May 17 is DIPG Awareness Day in California; H.Res.69 Awaits a U.S. House Vote

Most people simply don’t know that our children are not a priority, unless pediatric cancer directly impacts them or someone very close to them. May 14, Santa Clarita, CA–what began in 2014 in California as the first State Awareness Resolution for DIPG, diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, the deadliest and the…

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A Legacy of Love and Hope: Julianna Sayler Foundation

Stacie Sayler of Walla Walla Washington tells the story of a happy family of 5 on a small farm, Eric Sayler the father is a pastor, and mom home-schools her children.  One day everything changed when Stacie noticed her daughter’s eye was not tracking properly. Julianna was diagnosed shortly thereafter…

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