Two special moms, Patricia Palman and Lenore Scatton, share stories of their amazing daughters who both left legacies of inspiration from their fateful battles with DIPG. Josephine Palman and Dana Scatton each had huge community followings and an outpouring of love and grief with their passing. They both coincidentally enjoyed the same beloved place in nature at Jim Thorpe, PA. The two moms first crossed paths in Monterrey, MX for an experimental treatment from which they, like many others, found an extension of their life for their daughters. Dana leaves behind the beautiful baby Aries, as she was diagnosed while pregnant; tragically, her sister Lydia followed her to her death shortly after Dana’s passing. Today, the two mothers share a unique and precious friendship with their angels always close by.