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We are preparing for the 4th Annual Alli-CATE-r's ride on the Tour de Cure. Amazing that Cate has been living with T1D for 3 years already. She has moved to the continuous injection pump in addition to her continuous glucose meter now. All this new technology results in more data, but not necessarily better control of her blood sugar. Better control comes from constant adjustments and calibration. It is a life's work for Cate and her diabetes coach/continuous back up her Dad, Andy. So much of life impacts blood sugar levels from growing and puberty to stress and exercise that it takes a team to keep Cate on track. She is still positive and committed to keeping her disease in check. All this work is on top of STEM honors workload at school, competing at the top 35 of her age class in Alpine ski racing, and swimming for diabetes control everyday.
For our part, the Logan's will again be fundraising and riding to find a cure to this life altering disease. As an auto-immune (body attacking itself) issue, a cure for T1D could be a gateway to curing other similar diseases such as:
We all know someone who has been affected by these diseases. Help us out again this year by volunteering, donating, or riding with us on September. 7th 2019.
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