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Personal Stories

Every person with diabetes has a unique story and their own path of managing and responding to the challenges of diabetes. Even though each story is individual, we learn from hearing about one another’s experiences, from the highs to the lows. We bring you personal stories to show some of the many ways that individuals, families, and communities live well with diabetes and manage the condition.

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Kelly on 26 years of living with diabetes and “what I wish I had known...” Continue Reading »

Kelly shares some very positive news and highlights the latest new, cool technology to manage diabetes and obesity. Continue Reading »

Jim Hirsch sheds light on the shocking conditions an inmate with type 1 diabetes is enduring while behind bars. You can help him by signing our petition to protest this unacceptable care for people with diabetes. Continue Reading »

Jim Hirsch sheds light on the shocking conditions an inmate with type 1 diabetes is enduring while behind bars. You can help him by signing our petition to protest this unacceptable care for people with diabetes. Continue Reading »

A new book on diabetes gives patients a nice framework for their care. Continue Reading »

Special Conference Perspective: James S. Hirsch on the Human Drama of Diabetes Continue Reading »

Dr. Lawrence Soler writes a letter of concern to the New York Times. Continue Reading »

Kelly breaks down “individualized therapy” and offers five big questions to help patients and providers make it a reality… Continue Reading »

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