To Congress, from Colleagues, Experts, Philanthropists, Parents, Patients

from Congressional Briefing 2/13/2020, 11am, 2168 Rayburn H.O.B.   DIPG, Pediatric Brain Cancer, and the Importance of H. Res. 114 Congresswoman Jackie Speier (D-CA-14) “DIPG is a death sentence for children today, but it doesn’t have to be; this resolution is an important first step in securing the resources needed to develop better treatment options and find a cure.”* Dr. Sabine …

To Members of the Childhood Cancer Caucus and House Leadership in Matters Affecting America’s Children

Re:  H. Res. 114, the DIPG Awareness Resolution, #Moonshot4Kids Sept. 7, 2019 To the Congressional Caucus for Childhood Cancer and all Members of elevated influence in the House of Representatives concerning America’s children: Thank you for considering this letter and the H. Res. 114  information being distributed among all members of the House of Representatives.  Because of your position of …

To the Leadership of the House of Representatives H. Res. 114, the DIPG Awareness Resolution

Sept. 3, 2019 To the Honorable Speaker Pelosi (CA-14) of the House of Representatives​, to House Majority Leader Hoyer(MD-5), House Minority Leader McCarthy(CA-23), and to the Honorable House Majority and Minority Whips, James Clyburn(SC-6) and Steve Scalise(LA-1): To Chairman Pallone(NJ-6) and Ranking Member Walden (OR-2) of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, and Chairman Eshoo(D-18) and Ranking Member Burgess (TX-26) …

Regarding Vague Reference Objections to Awareness Days

‘We don’t do those anymore…’ Now what? What you need to know as an advocate about simple House Resolutions. Since the first iteration of the DIPG Awareness Resolution (114th Congress H. Res. 586 introduced 1/13/2016), we have occasionally experienced the disheartening “push-back” from certain legislative offices regarding an assumed abolishment of awareness days, which is not an altogether correct assumption. …