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Join me in helping raise money and awareness for Diabetes!!

Let's Hike For Diabetes!

Hello. My name is TJ Fallon. I am 37 Years Old and I have been living with T1D for 22 Years. I am raising awareness for T1D. Chances are you know someone with T1 Diabetes.

  • 1.25M Americans are living with T1D including about 200,000 youth (less than 20 years old) and over a million adults (20 years old and older)1,2,5

  • 40,000 people are diagnosed each year in the U.S.1, 2

  • 5 million people in the U.S. are expected to have T1D by 2050, including nearly 600,000 youth.2,3

  • Between 2001 and...

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Hello. My name is TJ Fallon. I am 37 Years Old and I have been living with T1D for 22 Years. I am raising awareness for T1D. Chances are you know someone with T1 Diabetes.

  • 1.25M Americans are living with T1D including about 200,000 youth (less than 20 years old) and over a million adults (20 years old and older)1,2,5

  • 40,000 people are diagnosed each year in the U.S.1, 2

  • 5 million people in the U.S. are expected to have T1D by 2050, including nearly 600,000 youth.2,3

  • Between 2001 and 2009 there was a 21% increase in the prevalence of T1D in people under age 20.3

  • $14B T1D-associated annual healthcare costs in the U.S.

  • Less than one-third of people with T1D in the U.S. are achieving target blood glucose control levels6

T1D is associated with an estimated loss of life-expectancy of up to 13 years7 With T1D, a person’s pancreas stops producing insulin—a hormone essential to turning food into energy. The daily life of someone with T1D brings a multitude of challenges, including insulin injections that need to be carefully balanced with eating and activity, disruptive glucose monitoring, sleepless nights—and wishing for a tomorrow where this struggle doesn’t exist.

Living with T1D means there are no days off and there is no cure. But there is hope.
Your generosity will help JDRF fund life-changing breakthroughs to remove the incredible daily burden of this disease—until it no longer exists.So come on, join me in raising funds and awareness for T1D. The mountains are calling and I must go......make sure to grab your Insulin. Please support my fundraiser by making a donation today.

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