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

Brain/CNS tumors are the leading disease-related cause of childhood death in the United States and represent the hidden, untold tragedy of childhood cancer. SANTA CLARITA, CA, USA, May 20, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — This evening, Senator Rubio’s office sent news to Janet Demeter, Organizer for the DIPG Advocacy Group and founder of Jack’s Angels, a childhood brain cancer foundation in Agua …

2020 National DIPG Pediatric Brain Cancer Awareness Resolution, and May 17

May 4, 2020 To support this letter to YOUR Senators, sign HERE. To the Honorable Members of the United States Senate, and Staff:  DIPG Advocacy Group and its Affiliates would like to thank you for having supported the 2019 DIPG Pediatric Brain Cancer Awareness Resolution.  DIPG, or diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, is the second most common pediatric brain cancer, and …

No Time to Lose: Advocacy Group Makes Congressional Hearing Request for Jace Ward, Diagnosed with the Deadliest Pediatric Cancer.

Thursday, Dec. 12, 2019, Santa Clarita, CA–Today a 2nd Hearing Request Letter was sent by the DIPG Advocacy Group to the Energy and Commerce Committee in US Congress for Jace Ward, a 20 year-old pre-law student from Wamego KS, diagnosed on May 17 of 2019 with DIPG, notorious for its less than 1% long-term survival rate.  Ironically, this is the …

Real-Time May Day on Capitol Hill: DIPG Advocacy Group’s Relentless Fight for Children with Brain Cancer In a Culture of Indifference

It’s not such a rare cancer in children; it’s the 2nd most common variety of pediatric brain cancer, and God help you if it crosses your path. WASHINGTON (PRWEB) MAY 01, 2019 Imagine hearing, after the brief onset of some unusual symptoms, that your child is going to die, that there are no viable treatments and you must take him or …