The aim of the Juvenile Diabetes Cure Alliance is to see a Practical Cure for type 1 diabetes become widely available in the next 15 years.
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Latest Research & Reports
Last weekend, The Human Trial, a must-see film for anyone interested in the effort to cure type 1 diabetes, opened in select cities across the United States.
This report will analyze the American Diabetes Association (ADA) Fiscal Year 2021 Audited Financial Statements, which cover a period from January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021.
The American Diabetes Association (ADA) hosted its 82nd annual Scientific Sessions last weekend. It’s one of the year’s most important events for T1D research, bringing together many of the top researchers from around the world to publish and discuss their latest findings.
Each year, the individuals within the T1D community contribute nearly half a billion dollars to major T1D research centers and to diabetes non-profit organizations. What do these donors want when they make their generous donations? For over a decade, the JDCA has conducted annual surveys to answer that question.
Last week, the University of Alberta research team that published the breakthrough "Edmonton Protocol" in the year 2000 shared 20-years of data from its trial of islet cell transplantation therapy in patients with type 1 diabetes.
Last week, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) announced Charles D. “Chuck” Henderson as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Henderson, a former Texas A&M basketball player, joined the ADA as Chief Development Officer in 2020 and has served as its interim CEO for the last six months.
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Voices of the Cure Petition
"I signed for my Granddaughter Addison. Our world is a brighter place with her in it. She is such a trooper with everything she has gone through and she knows so much about her disease. Praying for a cure, as this is such a horrible disease" -- Renee B.