A Half Century with T1: Four Profiles in Courage
Fifty years ago, a diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes meant glass syringes, urine tests, and living with the unknown. Now, many with T1 are living longer and living better for 50 years or more after their diagnosis. Experts attribute their longevity and high quality of life to several key factors.
It’s partly that those who live well with T1 are doing what keeps all people healthy, says Dr. Sheri Colberg, an author and educator with T1.
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