When Janine heard the devastating news that her 11 year-old son Mitchell had brain cancer, she had one overwhelming response: “There’s nothing I wouldn’t do to save my child.”
During his treatment, Mitchell was part of a clinical research trial focusing on improving treatments and outcomes for children diagnosed with brain cancer.
“For families, research is hope. Research means options. It’s so important because you never want to hear ‘Sorry, we’ve exhausted all the options.’ That’s when you’d lose all hope.” – Janine
Mitchell and his family’s story of hope and resilience truly demonstrates how childhood cancer shatters lives, but also how research can save them.