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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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"Promise" to Tell Your T1D Story this Year

JDRF enjoys a reputation as one of the most effective advocacy organizations in Washington, D.C. That reputation is a direct result of the personal relationships our advocates have developed with their Members of Congress and staff—both in Washington and back in state and local district offices. Established in 2000, JDRF’s Promise to Remember Me Campaign […]

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42 Reasons JDRF is Thankful for YOU

JDRF was founded 42 years ago, by parents of children with type 1 diabetes (T1D) in 1970. For the past 42 years, JDRF staff and volunteers have worked together to fund research aimed at finding a cure, better treating and preventing T1D. This year, the JDRF Annual Report 2012 highlights 42 specific milestones in T1D […]

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Check out the NEW JDRF Advocacy Website

There’s quite a bit going on here in the JDRF Government Relations office in Washington, DC! Earlier this week we blogged [fix link] about how we would be sharing some facts, figures and images highlighting the benefits of the Special Diabetes Program on our Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest pages.  We’ll continue posting these pieces for […]

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The Time to Renew the SDP is NOW!

For the past few months, we’ve been stressing the importance of the Special Diabetes Program (SDP), which has in one way or another changed the lives of every person living with diabetes today. Since Congress and the Administration created the program in 1997, the SDP has led to groundbreaking discoveries and new treatments. However, the […]

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