Institute: Children’s Cancer Institute
Recipient: Associate Professor David Ziegler
Funding: $583,142 July 2016 to June 2019
Funding partner: This project is supported by WOTSO WorkSpace, Brehar Building, Dynasty Electrical Group and Speirs Ryan
Medical research is the only way to help children with this disease. 

Diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG) is a devastating childhood cancer. With very few treatment options and no cure, the only way to help children with this disease is through medical research.

This project headed by Associate Professor Ziegler, focuses on the development of a new drug that can target DIPG cells specifically, causing them to die. Ultimately, this novel project aims to gather the necessary pre-clinical data required to progress to human trials.
 

Science is the solution for kids with cancer
The only way to improve outcomes for children diagnosed with cancer is through advances in medical research. Every day and every donation takes us closer to a cure.
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The Kids' Cancer Project is an ACNC Registered Charity 
ABN 13 061 138 181 | CFN 10581