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In 1962 astronaut Neil Armstrong’s 2-year old daughter, Karen, died from DIPG.  Children diagnosed today, receive the same standard treatment that Karen Armstrong received almost 60 years ago.

WE MUST DO BETTER!!

Because 0% survival is unacceptable

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Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) is uniformly fatal, with a median survival rate of just nine months from diagnosis.

DIPG has a 0% survival rate

Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) is uniformly fatal, with a median survival rate of just nine months from diagnosis.

Learn about Philomena Stenardo, her battle fighting DIGP and all of the people she inspired along the way.

Bean's Story

Learn about Philomena Stendardo, her battle fighting DIPG and all of the people she inspired along the way.

To put an end to DIPG through prayer, research and awareness. Learn more about our mission and the Storm The Heavens Fund.

Our Mission

To put an end to DIPG through prayer, research & awareness. Learn more about our mission & the Storm The Heavens Fund.

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