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 again, for the first time!

For the second year I have entered the American Diabetes Association's (ADA) Tour De Cure.  A 150 mile bicycle ride from Burlington MA to Maine.  However this will be the first year I finally get to ride in it.  Last year I had shoulder surgery in May and that prevented me from riding.  I appreciated the donations from last year and they went to a great cause even if I was un-able to ride.  Please support me again this year with a donation by going to Or by sending Me a check made out to American Diabetes Association. Our efforts will help the fight against diabetes.  Help Make a Difference! Each dollar I raise will be used in the fight to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.

More wemen DIE from DIABETES than from Brest Cancer

Diabetes has no cure! Currently we can only try to manage it.  

We need to find a cure for diabetes,  Your donation will help!

I know times are tough, so every dollar you donate is generous, small or large your gift will help improve the lives of more than 20 million Americans who suffer from diabetes, in the hope that future generations can live in a world without this disease. Together, we can all make a difference!

Thank you for making a generous contribution to this cause that is so important to me! 

The Nitty Gritty of Diabetes;

Diabetes is a disease that affects every aspect of a diabetics life.  EVERYTHING a diabetic eats affects the diabetics disease.  EVERY physical activity affects the diabetics life.  You cant just take a pill or go on insulin and live a normal life. Insulin is not a cure for diabetes it is a tool, and a tool that opens a whole new can of worms.   

Diabetes is the bodys inability to regulate sugars in the blood.  Blood sugars go way too low I die! Blood sugars go way too high I die!  Blood sugars stay high, I die slowly, by pieces (go blind, amputate feet) Blood sugars swing high to low, I die slowly, by pieces (go blind, amputate feet)  Diabetes carries an increased risk for heart attack, stroke.  Diabetes damages the kidneys. Diabetes causes eye problems that lead to blindness. One of the most common complications of diabetes is diabetic neuropathy. Neuropathy means damage to the nerves that run throughout the body, connecting the spinal cord to muscles, skin, blood vessels, and other organs.

We need to find a cure for diabetes, 

Your donation will help!


Chris Schuch

51 Hale Rd

Stow, MA 01775


508 269-8928


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