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Team Joslin

Members of Team Joslin are charitably minded individuals from all over the world who compete in athletic events to raise money for Joslin Diabetes Center’s High Hopes Fund. These events contribute to Joslin’s cutting-edge research and the most comprehensive diabetes patient care and education in the world. Team Joslin incorporates the spirit of giving with maintaining an active lifestyle – two essential elements in the fight against diabetes.

With 25.8 million people in the U.S. living with diabetes and another 79 million showing pre-diabetic symptoms, it is critical that you support Team Joslin and our High Hopes fund today.

For more information, please contact Martha Andrews at martha.andrews@joslin.harvard.edu or (617) 309-2534.


 

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Page last updated: April 16, 2014