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1. JDRF Has a New and Improved Adult T1D Toolkit

JDRF Canada announces the release of the new and improved Adult T1D Toolkit. This Toolkit has been created to assist adults transitioning to self-management of the disease as well as newly diagnosed adults who may be starting out on a new and unfamiliar road.


2. November 14 is World Diabetes Day

Millions of people around the world unite and celebrate on November 14 in honour of World Diabetes Day (WDD). WDD is a day created to draw awareness to the growing concerns surrounding diabetes and the escalating health threat it poses.


3. Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) didn't stop this athlete from completing a 250-km footrace across the Sahara Desert in support of JDRF

Quebec, November 12, 2012 – Sébastien Sasseville, who lives with type 1 diabetes (T1D), successfully completed a 250-km footrace across the Sahara desert, finishing 21st out of 134 runners.


4. Championing The Fight Against Diabetes - By Kym Geddes, Chum FM News

November 14th is World Diabetes Day. It is a day to raise awareness and champion the fight against the growing health epidemic. More than 9 million Canadians live with diabetes or prediabetes. One of those people is Halle Stasyna. The 13 year old knows first hand what it's like to live with diabetes. ...


5. Celebrate Canada’s Commitment to Cure Diabetes

Toronto, ON, November 13, 2009 – In recognition of the ongoing commitment by millions of Canadians who build awareness of, and live with diabetes, World Diabetes Day will be celebrated on November 14. An official United Nation’s World Health Day, World Diabetes Day marks the birthday of ...


6. Are you a Diabetes Champion?

Toronto, ON November 2, 2009 – Today, the Canadian Diabetes Association (CDA) and Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) launched a national campaign to identify Canada's Diabetes Champions. This national celebration – held in honour of World Diabetes Day (November 14) – recognizes ...


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