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I Was In Denial

I Was In Denial

"I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when I was 28." Living a life denying her diagnosis, Melissa knew she had to make a change. Learn about how this type 1 lifted her spirits!

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For many children in the developing world, diabetes is an urgent, life-threatening condition. A lack of insulin, syringes, monitoring equipment, and care prevents these children from controlling the symptoms of this disease. The consequences are daunting, and include complications such as blindness, amputation, and kidney failure. Without access to insulin, children with diabetes can die in just one week. .

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