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Discrimination at a Concert

Kayla - a beautiful girl in a green field with long orange hair and a vibrant smile

Kayla, who has type 1 diabetes, was not expecting trouble at a concert. Event staff refused to let her bring a glucose-based drink. They're supposed to make reasonable accommodations. »

14-Year-Old's Amazing Invention

Anushka Naiknaware givinga talk and a diagram of some of her ideas

When Anushka learned that more people have chronic wounds than people with breast cancer, colon cancer, lung cancer, and leukemia, she decided to act. Her amazing invention may help »

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Send a Child with Diabetes to Camp

Camps for children with diabetes provide an excellent opportunity for a child to meet and share experiences with other children who have the disease. Offering swimming, canoeing, horseback riding, and other camp activities, Camp Midicha stands out as a special place where all of the campers, ages 8 to 16, have diabetes. In addition to providing a wide range of traditional camp activities, Camp Midicha offers fun, interactive medical sessions every day to teach campers about all aspects of successful diabetes management.

You can help. Just $25.00 helps cover the cost of a day at camp.

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