2011 Children’s Congress

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Cameron a Promise Veteran #ThrowBackThursday

Cameron doesn’t need much in the way of an introduction, so without further ado, meet Cameron! Hi. My name is Cameron Crouse, I am a thirteen years years old and I live in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. I was diagnosed with type one diabetes (T1D) a month before my third birthday. After my diagnosis in May of […]

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Children’s Congress – Few People Get to Attend Twice

Recently, we published a blog from Bella, one of our four Advocacy Interns in the Washington, D.C. JDRF Advocacy office this summer. The four interns each approached Children’s Congress with different perspectives and after CC, they all walked away with different experiences. This week, I’d like to introduce Michelle. Michelle was a delegate in the […]

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APP Regulatory Happenings

If you have been following the coverage of the recent Children’s Congress, you know that there has been important APP news related to FDA.  Many of you have been working hard since Government Day in March to educate your legislators about the artificial pancreas and as a result of your efforts, a bipartisan majority in […]

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Bring the Children’s Congress Excitement to Your Hometown

Over the past few days, you have followed JDRF Children’s Congress through our blog and social media. You even had the chance to participate by watching some of our events live on JDRF’s USTREAM channel. Now is your chance to experience some of the activities of the delegates for yourself! Yesterday, the Children’s Congress delegates […]

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