For children with BRAF-altered
pediatric low-grade glioma (pLGG)

Let’s focus on the bigger picture

Ayiden, lives with pLGG.
Lives for basketball.

pLGG and its treatment take a dramatic toll on patients and their families1-6

Is it time to think beyond survival alone in pLGG?

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