Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG), a rare, inoperable childhood brain cancer, may have taken Natalie Fleischaker’s life. But it never took her courage, compassion or creativity. Her relentless spirit inspires us to help all those impacted in their fight against DIPG.
Childhood brain cancer is a monster. Yet, only when it’s directly under the bed do many discover it’s real. We’re here to enlighten the community of its existence and equip all parents with a flashlight.
DIPG has a survival rate of O%. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t hope for the future. We’re ready to erase brain cancer from the painting of childhood, one study at a time.
Modern medicine can bring DIPG patients more days of sunshine, laughter and love. But not every family can afford it. We’re ready to change that.