The Julia Barbara Foundation is fighting to cure DIPG (brain stem tumors) so that in the future DIPG children will not lose their smiles and families will no longer watch their children die a horrible death. DIPG (diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma) normally occurs in children, is non hereditary, fast growing and currently incurable. Further, brain tumors are now the leading cause of cancer related deaths in children ages 1-19. Please join our fight to save children!
On November 23, 2016, Julia Barbara Foundation donated $15,000.00 to the DIPG Collaborative for DIPG research.
VIDEO OF JULIA SHOWS FIRST SIGNS OF DIPG - RIGHT SIDE UNBALANCED MOVEMENT
THREE WEEKS BEFORE
JULIA IN LATE APRIL OF 2016
AFTER DIPG DIAGNOSIS, RADIATION,
BRAIN SURGERY AND STEROIDS
JULIA DIED ON MAY 17, 2016