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James Adie, joined the RUN DIPG family to support the DIPG research course. Inspired by his Newcastle University Rugby ex-teammate, Matt Dun, his family and the research he does at Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) Visit https://rundipg.everydayhero.com/au/run-dipg-james-adie

Run DIPG– Fundraising by Matt Dun has raised $106,636 as of now. To donate please visit https://www.gofundme.com/wcac68-run-dipg

Dance DIPG – Dancing for Josie – A multicultural dance show to raise funds for DIPG research. 100% of ticket proceeds will go to HMRI for DIPG research. – Visit https://hmri.org.au/events/dance-dipg-dancing-josie

Josie’s Light, aCocktail event in Mudgee, a fundraising for Josie’s treatment – Visit https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=404835

The Children’s Cancer Institute announced that $100,000 from their ‘Build for a Cure’ campaign will be directed to Matt’s and team collaborative DIPG research project. – Visit https://www.mamamia.com.au/brain-cancer-symptoms-diffuse-intrinsic-pontine-glioma/,http://www.buildforacure.org.au/

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Dr Matt Dun is a University of Newcastle and HMRI biologist leading leukaemia research projects, but has also become driven to use his knowledge and skills to dig deeper into DIPG

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