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Brain Cancer Research Grants

The Foundation adopts a rigorous review and selection process for research grant applications.

We select grants that show the most promise of achieving the Foundation’s aims to:

Significantly improve the prognosis of DIPG patient outcomes.

Develop an effective treatment for DIPG and eventually find a cure for the worst forms of paediatric brain cancer.

Further the medical and scientific communities understanding of the epidemiology of DIPG.

Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG)

DIPG is currently inoperable and untreatable, with a median 9 months survival from diagnosis. We operate in a non-bureaucratic manner and expect to respond to your proposals for funding within two weeks from submission. Time is of the essence for children battling DIPG.

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