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Tag Archive: Walk to cure diabetes

#icebucketchallenge

I haven’t yet been nominated for the ALS #icebucketchallenge, but that’s perfectly fine with me! I think we need to start a promotion like this for JDRF instead — a much more near… Continue reading

The Story Behind Insulin

July 9  “Wordless Wednesday” – Share a picture or video on your blog!

Thank You!

This past Sunday, June 8th, approximately 3,200 members of the Buffalo community came together to create a world without type 1 diabetes (T1D). Our team, Calla’s Crusaders had about 45 people who joined us and… Continue reading

Countdown to None

Your support of JDRF’s plan to turn Type One into Type None has led to real progress. Because of you, research advances like these are possible. Thank you for your commitment to JDRF.… Continue reading

Friends & Family Friday

November 15 “Friends & Family Friday” – Research shows that diabetes has a genetic component: Who in your family or circle of friends has diabetes? I’ve heard this genetic question a few too… Continue reading

Walk to Cure Diabetes

As many of you may already know, I participate every year in the Buffalo Walk to Cure Diabetes and the Westchester Walk to Cure Diabetes. Both walks help raise funds to find a… Continue reading

Does $1 Make a Difference?

I am sure I am not the only one out there who hates the people who beg for money… especially when they say that money is going towards _Blah, Blah, Blah___! Who cares,… Continue reading

Thank You for Joining in The Walk to Cure Diabetes

This is exactly why I work hard every year to raise money for JDRF to help find a cure for Type 1 diabetes. It’s not the amount of money that is important, it’s… Continue reading

A Cure for Diabetes?!

Researchers in South Florida are taking a huge leap in finding a cure for Diabetes.  They’re unveiling a new bio-engineered organ that might be the key to getting people off of insulin. Scientists… Continue reading

JDRF Experts Weigh in on Better Metrics for Blood-Glucose Control

Technological advances and enhanced treatments over the past 40 years have led to major improvements in blood-glucose control for people with type 1 diabetes (T1D). More sophisticated tools, such as systems to automate… Continue reading