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Elizabeth Appert Feb 13
DIPG did not wait for these kids and their families. There is no time to wait to raise awareness and find cures. Please call your representative and ask them to sign H. Res 114
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Alysssssssaa🐝🐝 Feb 13
Y’all even if you don’t win it’s worth the retweet. Let’s be loud to get these babies the help they deserve. 💛💛
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Daisy 🤡 Feb 13
We should be aware of Pediatric cancer believe me Christina before Noah I didn't heard of it and many people in my country are not aware of it we need awareness and control by research 💛
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David Arons, JD Feb 13
Jace Ward, DIPG survivor was so inspiring today at the Congressional briefing in support of the DIPG resolution. ⁦⁩ was proud to join so many dedicated advocates including Janet Demeter, ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦
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Amanda Haddock 🧬 Feb 13
Danielle Leach of National Beain Tumor Society encourageseveryone to visit their congressional representatives while they are in their hometowns.
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Wendy ♥️ Feb 13
For a great cause ❤❤❤
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Brittany Kimbo Feb 13
such a great cause, let’s help bring awareness 💞
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Amanda Haddock 🧬 Feb 13
“What I see right now is HOPE”
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Christina Marie 🧝🏼‍♀️✨🎗 Feb 19
For anyone new who has followed, I’m hosting this GA for a good cause! I try to do giveaways surrounding causes that are important to me. If you haven’t entered please do. 💛🎗
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CHOP Advocacy Feb 17
Dr. Adam Resnick, Scientific Chair of , speaking at the DIPG Awareness Resolution Congressional briefing to raise awareness and encourage research into cures for , the deadliest form of childhood brain cancer, and other pediatric cancers.
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Janet Demeter Mar 13
Changing the Game for Pediatric Brain Cancer: Congressional Briefing Creates New Opportunities for Collaboration and Funding for Crucial Research
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Jill Morin Mar 19
One click and you can ask Congress to support H Res 114 which will dedicate May 17 as a day of awareness for and Pediatric , the #1 disease-related killer of our children WORLDWIDE.
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Melissa Janik Feb 13
Re-tweeting for exposure only 💛🎗️
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Elizabeth Appert Feb 13
There is a lot of power when we all stand together - Jenny Mosier, starting off the State of DIPG summit
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Happy Quail Feb 13
Look at these families. 🎗 With shattered hearts, they push for curing treatments for children who will be diagnosed in the future. Let’s throw every ounce of our support behind them.
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Noah Bopp Feb 13
Packed room for DIPG Awareness Resolution (H. Res. 114) Congressional Briefing and Summit.
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Judy Fulmer Feb 16
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Jennifer Hall Mason Feb 13
Amanda Haddack from continuing to fiercely advocate for sharing patient data for the rare
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Gia lele Feb 14
this woman is incredible please RT share hash tag do it all even if you don’t want the palette (send it my way lol)
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Jena Lilly Feb 13
DIPG won’t wait! DIPG won’t wait to take children’s sight, breath and life! Please pass H. Res. 114 and partner in the fight against DIPG.
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