TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes
Join more than 45,000 people across Canada as a community committed to raising funds for research to cure, better treat and prevent T1D.
Are you in to ensure type 1 diabetes research accelerates?
JDRF relies on hundreds of volunteers to pursue our mission of curing T1D and its complications through the support of research.
Newly diagnosed with T1D? JDRF is here to answer your questions and help you manage the changes diabetes brings to your life.
UPDATE: The ViaCyte encapsulation trial in Alberta is actively recruiting T1D subjects. Learn more about this and other JDRF-funded clinical trials.
Halting the autoimmune process and restoring normal insulin production
Preventing T1D in people at risk and maintaining insulin independence
Optimize blood sugar control and prevent or treat T1D complications
The Passion, Action and Impact of our dedicated volunteers ensures we can continue to be the leading global funder focused on T1D research.
JDRF’s Community Engagement program provides social, emotional and practical support, mentoring, as well as information to newly diagnosed children and adults, and their families.
Walk, Run, Dance and much more to help JDRF Canada on our mission to turn type one into type none.
We’ve come a long way, but we still have more to do. Make a donation to JDRF research and impact the lives of all those affected by T1D. Donate Today!
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Did you know that people with T1D are more likely to develop celiac disease? Join the Celiac Disease and Diabetes Trial Today!
$550,000 raised to accelerate funding for type 1 diabetes research ...
TORONTO – October 20, 2016, JDRF and the University of Toronto are pleased to announce a $400,000 (USD) research grant to support the development ...
Your donation will support JDRF’s goal of improving the lives of all people affected by T1D by accelerating progress on the most promising opportunities for curing, treating, and preventing the disease.