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Day 13 of 365! Yesterday (01/1315) should have been Gabrillia's 12 birthday. But cancer murdered her! She had one of the if not the deadliest Childhood Cancer called DIPG Brain Cancer. It has NO SURVIVAL RATE, and very very very few children with it live more than a year. It is "terminal upon diagnoses" Sweet G lived for 10 months. DIPG brings about such a painful death. You loose ALL physical ability, but your mind is still sharp and in tacked so you know everything that is happen to you!

Day 13 of 365! Yesterday (01/1315) should have been Gabrillia's 12 birthday. But cancer murdered her! She had one of the if not the deadliest Childhood Cancer called DIPG Brain Cancer. It has NO SURVIVAL RATE, and very very very few children with it live more than a year. It is "terminal upon diagnoses" Sweet G lived for 10 months. DIPG brings about such a painful death. You loose ALL physical ability, but your mind is still sharp and in tacked so you know everything that is happen to you!

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Marcella is the definition of fierce compassion. Since losing her husband Stan to brain cancer she has been a fierce advocate for brain cancer research, but that ferocity is matched by her immense compassion. She dedicates vast amounts of time to speaking out for people living with brain cancer, meeting people in the brain cancer community and helping people raise funds for research. #IWD2016 #curebraincancer

Marcella is the definition of fierce compassion. Since losing her husband Stan to brain cancer she has been a fierce advocate for brain cancer research, but that ferocity is matched by her immense compassion. She dedicates vast amounts of time to speaking out for people living with brain cancer, meeting people in the brain cancer community and helping people raise funds for research. #IWD2016 #curebraincancer

Today would have been Eloise’s fifteenth birthday. Sadly it’s not something we can celebrate with her because Eloise died from brain cancer when she was just 10. What we can celebrate today is her fierce compassion as an advocate for research and her selfless desire at such a young age to take action so that one day others won’t have to go through the same thing she did. Eloise’s father Barrie says her courage threw down the gauntlet to him to do something #IWD2016 #curebraincancer

Today would have been Eloise’s fifteenth birthday. Sadly it’s not something we can celebrate with her because Eloise died from brain cancer when she was just 10. What we can celebrate today is her fierce compassion as an advocate for research and her selfless desire at such a young age to take action so that one day others won’t have to go through the same thing she did. Eloise’s father Barrie says her courage threw down the gauntlet to him to do something #IWD2016 #curebraincancer

Erin Griffin died from brain cancer in 2014. She was known around the world for her fierce determination to take action on childhood cancer, using social media and speaking at Curefest in Washington DC to raise awareness. Undoubtedly, she got her determination and her courage from her mum Amanda, who is continuing Erin's work and has set up Curefest Australia, an annual awareness event taking place on 25 September 2016, which aims to unite the childhood cancer community as one voice…

Erin Griffin died from brain cancer in 2014. She was known around the world for her fierce determination to take action on childhood cancer, using social media and speaking at Curefest in Washington DC to raise awareness. Undoubtedly, she got her determination and her courage from her mum Amanda, who is continuing Erin's work and has set up Curefest Australia, an annual awareness event taking place on 25 September 2016, which aims to unite the childhood cancer community as one voice…

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