6-year-old's snowboarding injury leads to inoperable brain tumor diagnosis
(FOX News) - For the family of 6-year-old Devin Suau, every day is a race against the clock.
Devin was given between eight months and two years to live after being diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor for which there is no known cure: diffuse intrinsic pontine giloma (DIPG).
His family is hoping the hashtag #WhyNotDevin will raise awareness in time to find a cure.
Three weeks ago, Devin got a concussion while snowboarding. While getting evaluated for treatment, doctors discovered the tumor on his brain stem.
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