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DIPG has the poorest diagnosis of all brain tumors. Each year, an average of 300 children in the U.S are diagnosed with this type of tumor.
DIPG is almost a 100% death sentence at time of diagnosis. Median survival from the time of diagnosis is 6-9 months. Fewer than 1% will survive past 18 months.
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Joshua’s Wish, Inc., is a United States non-profit and is not affiliated with any similarly named organizations outside of the United States.
Georgia Gives Day
Joshua's Birthday Bash for a Cure
Black and White Masquerade Ball with a touch of Red
February 4, 2017
Anderson Conference Center
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The mission of Joshua's Wish, Inc. is to fund national medical research efforts in finding a cure for pediatric brain tumors, to support families of children in Georgia who have cancer and are undergoing treatment, and to raise awareness of childhood cancer.
Joshua's Wish Hope for Kids Snack Box
Each month Joshua's Wish provides juice boxes and snacks for the kids at the "Hope for Kids" office in Macon to have after chemotherapy and infusions. Hope for kids is the only pediatric oncology and blood disorder office in Macon
Movie Saturday's at Macon Amstar
Joshua's Wish partners with Macon Amstar to provide a monthly lunch and movie to children and their families who are battling cancer.
June 2016: Ms. Noor Nassef a pre-medical and art history major at Ohio State University is our $5,000 National recipient of our Summer Undergraduate Research award in DIPG. Ms. Nassef will spend the summer at Cincinnati Children's Hospital under mentors Drs. Fouladi and Dewire.
June 2016: Mercer University Sophomore Matthew Halbert Receives $5,000 Research Award from Joshua's Wish to Study DIPG in Toronto.
March 2016: Joshua’s Wish donates $16,000 to Dr. Amat Gajjar brain tumor program at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
June 2015: Summer Undergraduate Student Awards in DIPG
Joshua's Wish presents (2) $5000 Undergraduate Research Awards to Nanki Hura and Jason Vileda, Nanki will do her research project at Cincinnati Children's Hospital under the supervision of Dr Rachid Drissi. Jason Vileda will do his research project at Duke University under the supervision of Dr. Oren Becher.
March 2015: Joshua's Wish donates $15,000.00 to the brain tumor program at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Dr. Amar Gajjar Director of Neuro-Oncology department at St. Jude presents check on behalf of Joshua's Wish.