JDRF Advocacy

Friday Five Blog

August 29, 2014

Check out this week’s top five picks from around the TypeOneNation community, and join the conversation with other members and be sure to share it with your friends on Twitter and Facebook too. JDRF News
 JDRF partners with Beta-O2 Technologies to develop a novel implantable encapsulation device for T1D – [Read More] Cheerleading/Tumbling @AbbisMommy03 asks […]

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Friday Five Blog

August 8, 2014

Hi Everyone, Here are today’s top five picks this week from around the TypeOneNation community! Please join the conversation with other members and be sure to share it with your friends on Twitter and Facebook too! Football @laurie23662 is looking for other parents of children, or people who play tackle football and whether or not […]

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Breaking News: U.S. Senate Seeks to Help Medicare-Eligible Americans Gain Access to CGMs

BREAKING NEWS! Did ya hear? On Wednesday, July 30, U.S. Senators Susan Collins (R-ME) and Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH), Co-chairs of the Senate Diabetes Caucus, introduced legislation – S. 2689, the ‘Medicare CGM Access Act of 2014’ – that would help Medicare-eligible Americans gain coverage for Continuous Glucose Monitors (CGMs). Immediately following the introduction of the […]

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Years of Advocacy Experience Under One Intern’s Belt

Last Friday, we introduced you to Mia, one of the JDRF Advocacy office’s three summer interns! This week, we are featuring Anna. Anna has been involved with JDRF Advocacy for years and we are glad she is with us this summer! Meet Anna! This summer I have been extremely fortunate to have been chosen as […]

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A Different Morning Routine Compared to Last Summer, But a Similar Theme

Each summer, the JDRF Advocacy office has 3-4 interns helping advance our mission and learning all they can along the way. This summer, we have three ladies with us, all from different backgrounds and stories. First up – Mia! Take it away Mia! As one of the many interns that flood D.C. each summer, I […]

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