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On May 21, 2020, Lucy was diagnosed with DIPG. But that hasn’t stopped her or her parents, Brian and Raegen, from battling this disease together. Show your support by joining Team Lucy in a virtual run.
When Chika was diagnosed with DIPG, her American parents, Mitch and Janine, knew that she would put up a fight against the disease. Little did they know the battle would span nearly two years and thousands of miles.
In the weeks leading up to 6-year-old Lucy Sieck’s DIPG diagnosis, life was already far from normal. The world was reeling from fear and uncertainty caused by COVID-19, and within the Sieck household, things were even more terrifying.
Just a few weeks after her 4th birthday, Elle was displaying some unusual symptoms. After several consultations, her parents’ worst nightmare came true. Read Elle’s heartfelt story as written by her father, Derek.
After Owen was diagnosed with DIPG, his parents were worried he wouldn’t be able to handle the intensity of treatment. But he was a champ and continues to fight. Show your support by running for Team Owen this year.
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When Chad Carr was diagnosed with DIPG in 2014, Tammi and Jason Carr were shocked to learn that only 4% of all federally funded cancer research dollars are allocated to ALL pediatric cancers combined.