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Happy Thanksgiving from the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation!

November 11, 2010

As we, at the JDRF Greater Dallas Chapter, look toward the holiday season and the close of another year, we want to express our sincere thanks for your partnership and support. Together, we are advancing science toward better treatments and a cure for type 1 diabetes – helping people with the disease live healthier lives today and into the future.

Thanks to your generous support, JDRF funded more than $107 million in science during the last fiscal year, including research projects aimed at preventing diabetes and its complications, improving treatment of the disease, and, eventually, delivering a cure for our friends and loved ones. You can read more about some of the most important advances your partnership helped make possible by clicking here.

In 1970, JDRF was founded by parents of children with type 1 diabetes who wanted a better life for their sons and daughters. Today, JDRF remains driven and supported by people like you, who have an unrelenting passion and commitment to helping bring a better life, and ultimately, a cure to all who suffer from the disease. We know the science we fund and the progress we make each year would not be possible without your generosity and commitment. For all you do, you have our deepest gratitude.

On behalf of everyone at JDRF, we want to thank you and wish you a happy and peaceful holiday season. We hope we can count on your continued partnership and support in the coming year. Visit our website for more information about the JDRF Greater Dallas Chapter and upcoming events.

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