$100,000 Grant Awarded to Cincinnati Children’s for DIPG Research - Cincinnati Children's Blog

$100,000 Grant Awarded to Cincinnati Children’s for DIPG Research

The Cure Starts Now Foundation has awarded Dr. Rachid Drissi in the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute at Cincinnati Children’s a $100,000 grant for use in researching DIPG (diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma) , the brain cancer that Mount St. Joseph basketball player Lauren Hill has been fighting.

Read more about the grant as well as Lauren Hill’s fundraising efforts at WCPO.com.

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  1. Arif Ahmed July 19, 17:05
    I think luren hill is the real hero raising millions of dollars to fight this biggest child killer like dipg . Its government responsibility to protect its children from this vicious monster like dipg.