Record yourself making a layup with your non-dominant hand after turning around 5 times. Why? Because this is how Lauren feels playing basketball while battling DIPG.
Monkey in My Chair is a beneficial program from The Cure Starts Now that helps cancer patients stay connected to their classmates. Each child is provided with a "monkey kit" which includes a big stuffed monkey that takes their place in school when they are unable to be there.
Whether you walk or run, each Race Against the Odds event is family friendly and for a great cause. Proceeds benefit The Cure Starts Now’s mission to find a homerun cure for cancer. View upcoming races – click the Learn More button.
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Record yourself a layup with your non-dominant hand with one eye closed. Why? Because this is how Lauren feels playing basketball while battling DIPG. Challenge specific people to also take the challenge and donate to The Cure Starts Now.
The third DIPG Symposium: April 24-25, 2015, will be held at Lurie Children's Hospital in Chicago, IL and will feature cancer experts from around the world.
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