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Walk to Cure Diabetes held in Abbotsford

Team Elise from Abbotsford gets ready to walk at the Telus Walk to Cure Diabetes, held Sunday at Rotary Stadium. Elise (in purple tights) was diagnosed with diabetes when she was one year old.   This team has been walking for her for approximately 18 years.  - John Morrow
Team Elise from Abbotsford gets ready to walk at the Telus Walk to Cure Diabetes, held Sunday at Rotary Stadium. Elise (in purple tights) was diagnosed with diabetes when she was one year old. This team has been walking for her for approximately 18 years.
— image credit: John Morrow

The Telus Cure to Walk Diabetes was held Sunday at Rotary Stadium in Abbotsford.

The annual event raises funds for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation for research focused on treating, preventing and ultimately curing Type 1 diabetes.

For more information, visit jdrf.ca.

 

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