DIPG Facts

Learn more about DIPG

Diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG) is a childhood cancer that occurs in the brainstem. It primarily affects children, with a survival rate near 0%. In the U.S. alone, hundreds of children are diagnosed each year.

Navigating the Disease

How to navigate the disease

Families often feel overwhelmed when confronting a DIPG diagnosis. Learn more about potential treatment options.

Tissue Donation

Learn about tissue donation

Tissue donation is essential to furthering research into DIPG. By donating tissue during and/or after treatment, patients and families play a critical role in helping researchers unlock information that may lead to treatments or a cure for children with DIPG. At no cost, families will be guided through the tissue donation process.

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Join the fight

Help us get one step closer to finding a cure for pediatric brain cancer. Your donation plays a pivotal role in helping to make that happen.

GRANTS FUNDED

Research is the key

In many respects, DIPG and other forms of pediatric brain cancer are still a mystery. Your donations fund important research to help discover this disease’s weaknesses.

FAMILY PARTNERS

CANCER doesn’t just affect a child

The families that have endured pediatric brain cancer are also the ones emboldened to help other families.

MEET THE KIDS

Our tough heroes

Get to know the children who have dealt with the unimaginable. They are the inspiration behind everything we do.

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One person can make a difference

Discover what you can do beyond your generous donation to help us build awareness and spread the word about pediatric brain cancer, especially DIPG.

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