The goal of JDRF research is 1) to CURE T1D 2) develop better ways to TREAT T1D and 3) to PREVENT T1D from occurring. To that end JDRF has awarded more than $1.6 billion to diabetes research since its founding in 1970. Past JDRF efforts have helped to significantly advance… » Read Full Article
I’d like to think that we are (or were) a typical family. My husband and I met in college, married and while working towards careers, began our family. We have three children, Laine, Jack and Maggie.
On February 28, 2010 our… » Read Full Article
My name is Mike and I am 30 years old. I was diagnosed with Type I Diabetes at the age of 2. At the time of my diagnosis my blood sugar was 1,400 (I was in a diabetic coma for two days). I currently live in North Ridgeville with my… » Read Full Article
Many of the family teams who participate in the Walk to Cure Diabetes raise funds by hosting an event for families, friends, co-workers and their communities. Here’s a few of family team events which support the Walk to Cure Diabetes happening around our town…
Host your own wing… » Read Full Article
My experience with the JDRF Northeast Ohio Chapter has been both rewarding and eye-opening. I joined the organization in the last couple of years as a board member based on recommendation from a colleague of mine who is also on the board. He encouraged me to consider joining a charitable… » Read Full Article
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