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Paige-ing the cure to cancer

Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) is an extremely aggressive brain tumor found in a part of the brainstem called the pons. The pons controls heartbeat, breathing, swallowing, eye movement, eyesight, and balance.  With approximately 300 children diagnosed each year, typically between the ages of 5 and 9, DIPG accounts for 10-15% of all brain tumors in children.

Paige was an ordinary 7th grader when she discovered she had DIPG. Going from a volleyball star to not being able to sleep through the night has been especially hard on Paige and her family. With the hopes of comfort and taking the stress of bills away from her family, Paige is hoping to raise awareness about DIPG and it’s dangers.

Now on her 6th week of radiation treatment, the medical bills have started to become overwhelming. With the help of your recommendation, we’re hoping to take some of the stress from the financial burden of being sick away from her parents, Jennifer and Brandin.

Recommend your friends, family and co-workers to get an insurance quote from us and we’ll Donate $10 for every person you recommend! It’s that easy!!!

They just need to receive a quote – no obligation to purchase.

Getting involved has never been so simple, or Free!

 

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