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Mouse T1D Prevention Study Highlights Approach to Accelerate Translational Research

JDRF has a plan for creating a world without type 1 diabetes (T1D) that focuses on driving promising therapies through the R&D pipeline and into the hands of individuals with T1D. A critical step in progress along the pipeline is known as the translational research phase. The goal of translational research is to move research […]

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T1D Tuesday

JDRF Walk Team Spotlight: MoonWalkers

For the entire month of October, we are continuing to feature the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes on our T1D Tuesday Blog! We will be interviewing Walk Team Captains from around the country, who will share their experiences on how they started their team and how they became successful at fundraising. – See more at: […]

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Friday Five Blog

The Friday Five, Oct. 11

Hi Everyone, Here is today’s Friday Five! Enjoy. T1D TuesdayThe Jack Pack was this week’s featured JDRF Walk to Cure Team on the #T1DTuesday Blog. See how 12 year old team captain Jack inspires his team and classmates to help them get more involved in fundraising for a cure! http://typeonenation.org/community_blogs/b/t1d_tuesday/archive/2013/10/07/jdrf-walk-team-spotlight-the-jack-pack.aspx Bullying and T1DHave you ever […]

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Advocacy Blog

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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T1D Tuesday

JDRF Walk Team Spotlight: The Jack Pack

For the entire month of October, we are continuing to feature the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes on our T1D Tuesday Blog! We will be interviewing Walk Team Captains from around the country, who will share their experiences on how they started their team and how they became successful at fundraising. Take it away Jack! […]

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Friday Five Blog

The Friday Five, Oct. 4

Hi Everyone! Here is the Friday Five for this week! Diabetes and Bullying?Have you or someone you know been a victim of bullying because of T1D? Please share your experience in the peer group. Depression?One of our members is looking for some peer support, if you can send a thoughtful note letting her know she […]

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T1D Tuesday

JDRF Walk Team Spotlight: Hannah’s Hippies

For the entire month of October, we are continuing to feature the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes on our T1D Tuesday Blog! We will be interviewing Walk Team Captains from around the country, who will share their experiences on how they started their team and how they became successful at fundraising. Today meet JDRF Walk […]

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T1D Tuesday

JDRF Walk Team Spotlight: Cara’s Crew

For the entire month of September, we are featuring the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes on our T1D Tuesday Blog! We will be interviewing Walk Team Captains from around the country, who will share their experiences on how they started their team and how they became successful at fundraising. Today meet JDRF Walk Team Captain, […]

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Friday Five Blog

The Friday Five, Sept. 20

Hello T1Nation! Here is the Friday Five for this week! ACT NOWDid you know your voice can help secure $150 million for type 1 #diabetes research? It’s true. And it’s as simple as calling your Congress member! TODAY is the deadline for Congress to sign the Special Diabetes Program support letter so please join us […]

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Advocacy Blog

A Look Past Children’s Congress

This summer has been a whirlwind with Children’s Congress, Promise to Remember Me kicking off and looking ahead to the Special Diabetes Program renewal , however, we have been fortunate enough to have four, energetic interns working in the Advocacy office to keep us focused. They have all left us and returned to their respective […]

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