The Diabetes Education and Research Center (DERC) is a non-profit organization located in Philadelphia, PA. DERC was established in 1968 to supplement the efforts of the Garfield G. Duncan Research Foundation.
Diabetes Education and Research Center
PO Box 897
Philadelphia, PA 19105
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The Diabetes Education and Research Center is a non-profit organization located in Philadelphia, PA. Your tax-deductible contribution makes a difference. You may contribute through the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey (our donor choice code is 06238), or through the links below. Thank you for your support!
December 7, 2015: DERC Annual Board MeetingInsulindependence hosts Northeast Symposium on Diabetes and Exercise at Hilton Garden Inn. See schedule for speakers and weekend events.