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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#Moonshot4Kids: To House Committee Leadership

To Chairman Pallone, Ranking Member Walden, Chairwoman Eshoo, and Ranking Member Dr. Burgess: DIPG Advocacy Group and the undersigned are asking for your attention to the leading cause of cancer-related death in children, pediatric brain cancer, and H. Res. 114, the DIPG Awareness Resolution.  We are asking for its process…

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Game Changer: Moonshot4Kids Congressional Briefing Brings Hope, New Research Opportunities to Pediatric Brain Cancer

Progress forward has come only from a collaborative effort by those who…could not turn away from this urgent, unmet need.  How much larger the effort would be…if more people were aware, and more people and resources joined us in this fight. Dr. Michelle Monje, Associate Professor of Neurology, and by‚Ķ

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Death Sentence for 300 Children Each Year in the United States Motivates DIPG Advocacy Group Trip to Washington DC

April 14, 2018 The current medical research system…is non-apologetically and systematically divested of concern. April 12, 2018, Santa Clarita, CA–The DIPG Advocacy Group, organized by childhood cancer advocate Janet Demeter of Agua Dulce, CA is preparing a trip to Washington DC for the week of April 16, 2018 to visit‚Ķ

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Elizabeth Psar: Mom on a Mission Against DIPG

CCTR interviews Elizabeth Psar, an attorney with a focus in Juvenile law now on a mission against DIPG with the Julia Barbara Foundation. The discussion includes the realities of DIPG and her 2 1/2 year old daughter Julia, and the unavoidable effects of the experience of losing a child to…

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