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Bringing Progress to Life: Type 1 Diabetes Research Symposium

JDRF’s mission of improving lives and curing type 1 diabetes (T1D) cannot be achieved alone. It requires us to engage with stakeholders who believe in what we have set out to do and are able to help drive our mission forward – and this group includes regulators. JDRF recognizes the importance of engaging with regulators in order to to help shape and provide clear and reasonable pathways to scientific research and therapy approvals for T1D treatment and cure therapies.

Thriving with Diabetes

Halloween day will never be the same for Conrad Pow as that was the day in 2018 when his daughter Chloe was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D).

British Columbians speak out about #AccessForAll in online community consultations

This past month, as part of JDRF’s #AccessforAll campaign, British Columbians impacted by type 1 diabetes (T1D) came together with patient advocates, clinicians and elected officials to discuss the benefits of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) and flash glucose monitoring (Flash GM) devices, and the need to cover these technologies under B.C. Pharmacare.

An update on JDRF’s Advocacy Efforts: #AccessForAll

Our #AccessForAll campaign has been keeping busy, finding new and creative ways to advocate government officials at the provincial level despite the constraints of COVID-19. To everyone who has supported by volunteering time, talents or donations– thank you.

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