JFK could send us to the moon and back because we had a shared top priority. NASA did other things too but everyone knew what was most important was getting the highest ground by walking on the moon.…Continue
"YES. Please. I don't know that anyone deserves to die this way, and to see their child die.
My son, Odin, is almost 2 and a half and was diagnosed with DIPG on October 3 of this year. We are currently undergoing radiation treatment and are part…"
Thank you for visiting Anjuli's site and for your kind words. Yes, she was so beautiful and precious. I suffer every day without her. But I fight for research dollars all the time to help make sure her death was not in vain.
I am sorry for your loss. Anjuli was a beautiful child. The word monster fits DIPG well.
DIPG grows in the brain stem, the hardest part of the body to study, and like too many pediatric cancers it grows quickly.
"Yes!! This most dreadful disease of all killed my precious daughter! She was 4!! www.anjulijacobs.com
There is no hope for those dx with this monster. It must be cured!!
Please help these children and their families so they are not seared with…"
JFK could send us to the moon and back because we had a shared top priority. NASA did other things too but everyone knew what was most important was getting the highest ground by walking on the moon. Not long after Nixon started the war on cancer. We are still a long way from getting the number of cancer deaths to under 400,000 a year even though this was a goal set back in 1971. If we want to make it easier to cure all cancers then the best thing we can do is to go after the worst cancers. All…See More
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Trying to help cure childhood cancers. Have read far too many clinical trial results where no child responded to treatment.
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I am a toxicologist who works on trying to increase the number of tumors donated for research after death. DIPG is top of my list but I think this is something that should be made available for any family losing a child to cancer. I donated my mom's tumors to research after she died. Since then I have become sort of an expert on the existing programs. We can cure what we study, but we can only study what we collect.
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