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  • CGM-Medicare Bill Introduced in House

    JDRF Commends U.S. Representatives Reed, DeGette and Whitfield for Introducing Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) Coverage Legislation JDRF commends U.S. Representatives Tom Reed (R-NY), Diana DeGette (D-CO) and Ed Whitfield (R-KY) for introducing legislation, H.R. 5644, the ‘Medicare CGM Access Act of 2014,’ calling for continuous glucose monitor (CGM) coverage by Medicare. This legislation (which now […]

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  • Unlocking Type 1 Diabetes Data

    JDRF partners with Tidepool on data integration software for better type 1 diabetes management JDRF is partnering with the non-profit organization Tidepool to develop a new data integration tool for people with type 1 diabetes (T1D) who use insulin pumps, continuous glucose monitors, or blood glucose meters. The new tool at the center of the […]

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  • Volunteer Spotlight: Martin Gilmore

    Martin Gilmore and his wife Susan were Co-Chairs of the Piedmont Triad Hope Gala in 2013. Martin Gilmore is a focused professional and dedicated father who is “in the game” until JDRF has accomplished its vision of creating a world without type 1 diabetes (T1D). Why JDRF? Martin’s daughter, Margaret, was diagnosed with T1D in 2007 […]

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  • A Gut Reaction to Type 1 Diabetes

    JDRF consortium defines roadmap for testing potential links between gut microbes and type 1 diabetes One of the first questions a person or parent of a child diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D) often asks is, “what caused this?” While we have learned a lot about T1D, we still do not have a simple answer […]

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  • Seniors with Diabetes Deserve Medicare Coverage for Life-Saving Technologies

    Chris Stiehl has lived with T1D for over 50 years and relies on his CGM for tight control. Since being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D) in 1961, Chris Stiehl has witnessed every innovation in care over the past 50 years. Yet, with all the great medical and technological advances he lives each day — like everyone with diabetes — […]

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