We're opening submissions for Kids for a Cure 2018, an exciting advocacy initiative in which JDRF gets youth from across Canada together to impact the future of diabetes research.
Maybe you’ve never heard of the term ‘diabulimia’ before, but this eating disorder affecting people living with type 1 diabetes is more common than you might think.
Great news for Ontario youth! Insulin, diabetes test strips and other prescriptions are now free for Ontarians who are 24 and under.
National Diabetes Awareness Month (NDAM) ,November, represents a time where we celebrate all the remarkable achievements we’ve made in research and how lives are being improved. But it’s also a time where we need to reflect and recognize that there is a lot more work to be done.
Lorne Shiff has been a member of the JDRF family his entire life; his parents, Helaine and Allan Shiff, helped establish JDRF Canada back in 1974 shortly after Lorne was diagnosed with T1D. He is a valued member of the JDRF Board of Directors, ...
Before I became involved in JDRF, I didn't realize the extent of the research that goes on as a result of this organization. Their research has the potential to affect lives across Canada and even around the world.
14- year- old Vancouver native and long-time JDRF advocate, Jack Stuart is packing his bags and heading for Capitol Hill. Jack was selected to be one of 160 children from around the world to visit Washington, D.C., for the JDRF 2015 Children’s Congress taking place from July ...
We recently had the opportunity to speak to Mark Nicholson, a long-time JDRF volunteer and supporter about his experience volunteering and why he continues to support JDRF. We are so thankful for the thousands of volunteers that support JDRF each year.
We want to know how far you would go to make a difference in the lives of over 300,000 Canadians living with type 1 diabetes (T1D)!
Were you the type to make a difference in type 1 diabetes (T1D) research this weekend? On June 14, over 45,000 Canadians joined together to make an impact on the lives of those living with T1D.