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2. How far would you go for T1D research?

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)!

3. You have helped us exceed our expectations, but lets not stop there!

Two weeks left– Let’s keep the momentum going, donate to JDRF today! There are only two weeks left to make an impact on the lives of 300,000 Canadians living with type 1 diabetes (T1D).

4. What is a Clinical Trial?

If you’re living with type 1 diabetes (T1D), you’ve probably heard a lot about ‘clinical trials’ and the research JDRF is funding to find a cure for T1D. For those of you who are just learning about JDRF-funded research, we wanted to provide an easy reference ...

5. Register and Recruit for the TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes

 The TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes is on the horizon and there is still time to get involved. Join more than 45,000 people across Canada as we come together as a community committed to raising funds for research to cure, better treat and prevent type 1 diabetes (T1D).

6. JDRF in the Globe and Mail, November 12, 2013: Beyond searching for cure, JDRF aims to improve the lives of people with T1D.

JDRF showcases the Outreach Program including tools and resources available; highlights Eli Lilly’s exciting new program; and discusses how to get involved through November and beyond.

7. Rider Profile: Mary Norris

 I have been participating in the JDRF Ride since 1989, while working for a TD.  When I became involved, it seemed like a good cause and a great team building event to take part in. At the first event I attended, there were just a handful of bikes at the Toronto Delta Chelsea hotel, ...

8. Melissa Arnold is our August “Volunteer of the Month”

JDRF continues to rely on the support and dedication of our many volunteers across Canada. We are happy to highlight Melissa Arnold of Halifax, Nova Scotia who is our August Volunteer of the Month.

9. Meagan’s Story

I'm Meagan and I'm 20 years old. I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D) in May 2005, shortly after turning 12, and after I had spent a long time in diabetic ketoacidosis. I was five foot seven and weighed 85 pounds. Since I was so sick leading up to my diagnosis, it was a relief to find out ...

10. I am an adult with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D). Are you?

As captain of “Team SohmerStein” I proudly participate in the annual TELUS Walk to Cure Diabetes in support of JDRF! Do you?  

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