It’s time for the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes - it takes place on Sunday October 27. Unfortunately
we will not be able to walk with the team, so will be “virtual team members”. Our support will go
directly to the Integrated Diabetes Services Team.
Ellen has now had type-1 diabetes for sixteen years, and remains in good health. The tools she
uses to stay healthy have become increasingly sophisticated, and much of the progress is directly
attributable to the research sponsored by JDRF, which is why we continue to do our part. Ellen
can’t ever take a vacation from diabetes until there is a cure for this complicated and
The past few years have been demanding for all of us, in so many ways. Healthcare, of course, is
a major one, and for Ellen, it’s certainly the most costly. Her good coverage is still shrinking
in comparison to the rising cost of the equipment and supplies that allow her to manage her blood
sugar. This makes JDRF’s Search for the Cure even more important to Ellen and everyone with insulin-dependent
You’ve been so generous in past years; I hope you’re willing and able to help us again this year.
I can’t tell you how much your support means to all of us - and I hold fast to my certainty that
Ellen will NOT be living with diabetes for the rest of her life! Thank you, thank you, thank you for this and for the many ways you enrich our lives. Love, Debbie
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David and Stacey Korn
Debbie & Sam Liebman
Samantha and Andy