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 DIPG Cancerdipg-registry-logo-homeAidan’s Avengers™ is a proud member of the DIPG Collaborative.  Being a member allows us access to resources such as a medical review board who will ensure we are funding the newest and most cutting edge research programs.

Aidan’s Avengers™ contributes to the programs recommended by the collaborative and also to local families of children currently battling.

What is the DIPG Collaborative?

The DIPG Collaborative is a collection of foundations with the shared mission of efficiently funding and inspiring Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma cancer research with the belief that through a cure for DIPG  significant advances in other cancer research will be made.

Dr. Dunkel Awarded with DIPG Grant

Aidan’s Avengers had the honor of traveling to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center to present a check to Dr. Dunkel on behalf of the DIPG Collaborative for his current DIPG research program.

Dr. Dunkel’s research is one of the approved research programs Aidan’s Avengers contributed to in 2015 via the DIPG Collaborative.

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Aidan’s Avengers helps local child fighting brain cancer

Aidan's Avengers helps local boy

Dylan loves his fun box of goodies from Aidan’s Avengers

While funding Pediatric Brain Cancer Research is our top priority as an organization, we’ve also made it part of our mission to help local families that are battling this devastating disease.

Recently, we had the opportunity to bring a smile to 5-year old Dylan of Pottstown, who is battling DIPG. On behalf of Aidan’s Avengers , we put together a fun box of goodies that included some of Dylan’s favorite toys, a Minion blanket that was made special by Caitlin (Aidan’s sister), along with some Cards of Encouragement made by Caitlin’s 5th grade classmates at Amity Elementary Center. We were also able to provide Dylan’s parents with a check to assist with the financial burden that goes along with this battle.

Thank you to all of Aidan’s Avengers for helping us to make this possible – to bring a smile to this cutie and some peace of mind to his parents. Most importantly, we ask that you all keep Dylan and his family in your daily thoughts and prayers.

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This is Doctor Maryam Fouladi of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and she is receiving a grant for $699,935 for the International ‪DIPG‬ Registry on behalf of the DIPG Collaborative. 

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