“Our Amazing Fighters” with LeAnna Headley

Meet LeAnna Headley, Childhood Cancer Talk Radio’s Hero of the Week! Our Amazing Fighters started as a simple instagram page in August of 2014 by now 19-year-old LeAnna Headley from Richmond, VA to raise awareness for childhood cancer. Since then it has evolved into so much more than a social‚Ķ

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Meet Anne Beatty: Survivor, Advocate, Teacher.

Meet Anne Beatty from Prattville, Alabama. She retired in December 2019 after teaching for almost 24 years. Sadly, complications from a brain tumor–physical, and social–made retirement unavoidable. Her brain tumor journey began July 4, 2018; she had open heart surgery in February 2018 for a previously undetected congenital heart condition.‚Ķ

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Tribute to DIPG Children Part III

Today‚Äôs radio broadcast is a special presentation and sneak peek of part II of a  Tribute Video, not yet seen, to DIPG children and their parents who have each contributed to the National DIPG Awareness Resolution in US Congress today through inspiration and advocacy for children with brain cancer.  The‚Ķ

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Tribute to DIPG Children, Part II

Welcome to Part II of a special audio presentation of the DIPG Awareness Resolution Celebration and Tribute to DIPG Angels, formatted specially for Childhood Cancer Talk Radio. DIPG represents the hidden, untold story of childhood cancer, in a society informed mainly by commercials asserting that 80% of children survive cancer…

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Mithil Prasad Foundation, with Rachna Prasad

The sibling perspective on childhood cancer is often the least recognized; our guest Rachna Prasad is an example of hope, inspiration, and dedication to a greater purpose. Her brother Mithil was afflicted with DIPG, the second most common and the deadliest pediatric brain cancer. As Vice President of the Mithil…

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Ellyn Miller and Jill Morin on “Kids First!” #GMKF

The Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act 2.0 was introduced in a bipartisan way on April 17, 2020. The original bill signed by President Obama in 2014 established a special fund and database with NIH for childhood genetic diseases and childhood cancers, an area of research which has been historically…

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Senator Rubio Applauds the Passage of his Resolution to Designate May 17 as DIPG #PediatricBrainCancer Awareness Day

News article from EIN Presswire May 19, 2020, Santa Clarita, CA–This evening, Senator Rubio‚Äôs office sent news to Janet Demeter, Organizer for the DIPG Advocacy Group and founder of Jack‚Äôs Angels, a childhood brain cancer foundation in Agua Dulce, CA, that a Senate vote had taken place and had unanimously‚Ķ

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