US. House of Representatives: Regarding Vague Reference Objections to Awareness Days

‘We don’t do those anymore…’ Now what? This is a brief description of an occasional yet pervasive challenge which DIPG Advocacy Group has met in its visits to Congressional Offices in Washington DC regarding the legitimacy of House Resolutions designating an awareness day, as the newly introduced H. Res. 114,…

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Reps Speier, Joyce Introduce Bipartisan Resolution to Fight Deadly Pediatric Cancer

Contact: DC – Tracy Manzer (202) 225-3531 (W) / (202) 538-0641 (C) tracy.manzer@mail.house.gov CA – Katrina Rill (650) 342-0300 (W) / (650) 208-7441 (C) katrina.rill@mail.house.gov Reps Speier, Joyce Introduce Bipartisan Resolution to Fight Deadly Pediatric Cancer Washington, DC –Today, Reps. Jackie Speier (D-San Francisco/San Mateo) and David P. Joyce (R-Cleveland),…

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CC-TDI Research Series I: DIPG Tumor Cell Hotel

Dr. Charles Keller, Scientific Director of the Children’s Cancer Therapy Development Institute, joins us with Dr. Anju Karki, post-doctoral fellow and DIPG Tumor Cell Hotel project leader describe this creative design to affect a real solution for children diagnosed with arguably the deadliest pediatric brain cancer, diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma.…

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The Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation with Jeri Wilson

Jeri Wilson, Executive Director, has been with PCRF (Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation) since September of 2011 and has taken this organization from a $1.5 million dollar operating budget to a $3.5 million dollar organization. All while keeping 84% of the funding going straight to research. Since 1982, PCRF has partnered…

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Outside the Box Part II, Jessica Doeden DIPG Survivor, Randy Hinton on Causes and Conditions

We follow-up and finish our conversation with Randy Hinton, father to Hayley who was diagnosed with DIPG (brainstem glioma-diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma) and perished to that disease some 13 years ago, regarding causes and conditions that remains the burden of parents to discover in their never-ending hunt for answers. We…

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The Children’s Cause for Cancer Advocacy with CEO George Dahlman

As the Chief Executive Officer of Children’s Cause for Cancer Advocacy, George Dahlman is responsible for the strategic management and operations of the nation’s preeminent childhood cancer policy organization. Mr. Dahlman is responsible for identifying and advancing issues that will improve the treatment and lives of childhood cancer patients and…

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