Support USF’s Diabetes Research – no funds, just friends

Dear Readers,

I am asking you to join me and other supporters of the University of South Florida in raising awareness and generating grassroots support for USF’s outstanding research in diabetes and autoimmune disorders and for the advancement of needed integrated clinical care.

Currently, there are 23.6 million children and adults in the United States, or 7.8% of our overall population, who have diabetes. This includes 10.4% Hispanics and 14.7% African-Americans over the age of 20 who have been diagnosed with diabetes.

Researchers at USF are focused on finding a cause, preventing, and curing this often debilitating disease.

Your advocacy is needed to help bring advanced integrated care and a cure home. To learn more, please visit We are looking for “friends” not funds. Please forward this message and website to your family, friends and colleagues. Through a unified effort, we can advance this good cause.

Thank you,

Jim Johnson, Publisher
State of Sunshine

Please help by registering as a grassroots supporter of this cause. We are “friend-raising” not fundraising!

Please help by doing one or more of the following…

  • Lend your name as a supporter
  • Recruit others
  • Send this website to my friends
  • Write letters or emails
  • Attend events
  • Meet with VIP’s or officials on behalf of the cause

Click here to join!

About Jim Johnson

Editor and publisher of The State of Sunshine.
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