Great Meadows, NJ, January 12, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Type-1 diabetic William Sisca, who was diagnosed with diabetes at the age of 13, has started the F.A.C.T Foundation. The non-profit organization is dedicated to finding a cure for him and the millions of other type-1 diabetics, and to also help the countless type-2 patients educate themselves on how to prevent or reverse this epidemic.
“We provide supplies to as many uninsured or under-insured patients as possible until a cure is found,” says Sisca. “It is our goal to conduct private research using the world’s most cutting edge technologies.”
By selling their branded awareness gear, such as t-shirts and message bands, donations, and local sponsored events, the F.A.C.T foundation is committed to finding a cure for diabetes through their fundraising, research, and determination.
Sisca lives in Great Meadows, New Jersey, with his wife Jenny, their young son Bradie, and their dog Blue.