Go #GoldandGrayEveryDay

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. In partnership with the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, pediatric brain tumor families, and supporters across the country, Michael Mosier Defeat DIPG Foundation and its chapters in Defeat DIPG Network are taking a stand to save the lives of kids battling brain cancer. By coordinating efforts, we amplify our voices to increase awareness and critical research funding for all pediatric brain tumors. 

Gold and Gray Every Day is an easy way for everyone to show their support for kids fighting DIPG and all brain tumors. It’s a way to raise awareness that we need to look and fight for a cure for DIPG #EveryDay.

Brain tumors impact thousands of children each year, and they are the leading cause of disease death for kids under 14 years old. DIPG (diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma) is the deadliest form of childhood brain cancer.  Between 200-400 kids are diagnosed with DIPG each year in the U.S. alone, with a median survival of 9 months from diagnosis and overall survival near 0%.