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JDRF hosts local event to raise awareness for type 1 diabetes

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The Southwest Ohio Chapter of JDRF is proud to host their annual T1D Expo this Sunday from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

The expo will be held at the UC Health Daniel Drake Center for Post-Acute Care, located at 151 West Galbraith Road in Cincinnati.

The expo is FREE and open to all ages. The T1D Expo is a vendor fair and educational event hosted by JDRF and UC Health with support from Cincinnati Children's Hospital and Medical Center.

The expo provides a vendor fair full of events, informative sessions and support groups from across the Tri-State for those affected or connected to type 1 diabetes.

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