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A child diagnosed today with DIPG faces the same prognosis as a child diagnosed 40 years ago. The lack of progress on DIPG is due to a lack of tumor tissue available for study and a lack of research funding. To TGen, this is unacceptable.
Scientific research has shown that routine blood work can help identify changes in health. So wouldn’t it make sense then that having a way to identify these changes more rapidly and more often would lead to a healthier lifestyle?