Sarah Ford | November 14, 2013

World Diabetes Day 2013

If “diabetes” was a country, it would be the third largest in the world, behind China and India. More than 370 million people are now living with diabetes and millions more are at risk.

While November is National Diabetes Month, and today in particular, researchers and nonprofits around the world unite to commemorate World Diabetes Day, the need for continued research towards treatments and cures remains strong.

Stand together with leading researchers and charities worldwide to help cure diabetes.  Here are some of America’s most-trusted and top-rated 501(c)3 nonprofits working to achieve this goal:

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