The Julia Barbara Foundation, a 501(c)(3) and all volunteer nonprofit, is fighting to cure DIPG (brain stem tumors). We provide research funding to find a cure for DIPG. Brian tumors are the leading cause of cancer related deaths in children and a cure for DIPG could also cure other types of brain tumors. DIPG (diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma) normally occurs in children, is non hereditary, fast growing (Julia lived five months after diagnosis) and currently fatal. In addition, our Foundation gives funding to families whose children are suffering from pediatric tumors. Please join our fight to help children.
JULIA BARBARA HALLOWEEN 2015
DIPG DIAGNOSIS EARLY DEC. 2015
JULIA IN LATE APRIL OF 2016
AFTER DIPG DIAGNOSIS, RADIATION,
BRAIN SURGERY AND STEROIDS.
JULIA DIED ON MAY 17, 2016
Video of Julia shows first signs of DIPG