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  • Volunteer Spotlight: Lisa Klumok

    Tribal Leader Lisa Klumok’s life changed forever on March 26, 2008 when her two-year old son Bobby was diagnosed with T1D. “He was just a baby,” she says. “It was painful that first day home to tell him the shots, finger pricks, insulin injections, scheduled meals and middle of the night blood checks were not […]

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  • Volunteer Spotlight: Craig Hansen

    Keeping us on our toes Everybody is ready to pitch in and do their part at JDRF’s Greater Iowa Chapter. That’s because JDRF is a well-managed organization in general, but also because Craig Hansen recently completed his term as the Chapter’s Board President. He explains, “Since our Chapter had already achieved much success prior to my […]

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  • Not just a gadget

    JDRF Responds to New York Times Article “Even Small Medical Advances Can Mean Big Jumps in Bills” On behalf of everyone affected by type 1 diabetes (T1D), JDRF is outraged by the recent article in the New York Times trivializing the benefit of medical advances for people with T1D. Rather than being “high priced gadgets […]

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  • You’re the make it happen type

    Thank Congress for $150 million renewal of type 1 diabetes research funding JDRF is pleased to report that Congress has approved a one-year renewal of the Special Diabetes Program (SDP). SDP funding has helped realize some of the most groundbreaking advances in type 1 diabetes (T1D) research possible. JDRF advocates have played an integral role […]

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  • Hope for kidney health in gout drug

    PERL study will explore the potential of allopurinol to delay or halt kidney disease in people with type 1 diabetes. As we near the end of March, National Kidney Month, we find ourselves at the beginning stages of an exciting new clinical trial that could lead to better health for people with type 1 diabetes […]

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