Halloween can be a frightening time for families of those newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D). However, with the right tools and attitude, Halloween can be just as fun for someone with T1D as it is for any other goblin or ghoul. The JDRF Halloween Guide provides some helpful tips, tricks and carb counts that will […]
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My name is Will Jennette and I am a senior at George Mason University studying Conflict Analysis and Resolution. I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D) at age 18, during February of my senior year in high school. Adjusting to such an impactful disease was not an easy life transition to make, especially as […]
Hello, my name is Sarah Wellford and I am from Mechanicsville, VA! I am a rising senior at Virginia Tech majoring in Microbiology and I expect to graduate in May 2018. This is my first time interning for JDRF and I am honored to be able to work with quite an amazing group this summer! […]
My name is Jeffrey Peterson and I am thrilled to be working in the JDRF Advocacy office this summer! I am from Burlington, Vermont and attending The George Washington University. I am a rising sophomore majoring in Political Communications with a double minor in Public Health and Political Science. I spend a lot of my […]