National DIPG Awareness Resolution
Use this alert to ask your Congressional representative to support the National DIPG Awareness Resolution, which designates May 17th as DIPG Awareness Day and encourages citizens to become more informed about diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG) and pediatric cancers in general. DIPG is the second most common type of brain tumor in children and is responsible for the majority of childhood brain cancer deaths annually.

This is the fourth iteration of this resolution, which gained 215 House signatures last session and unanimously passed the Senate in 2019, 2020, and 2021.

No parent should hear there are no solutions for their child. Join us in standing up for these kids and families by asking Congress to make childhood cancer a national priority.

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