Through all the uncertainty of type 1 diabetes, we have discovered a few truths about this devious disease.
Indigo Philo was a freshman in college when she was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis.
A day prior to her 51st birthday last year, Aline Keller fell in the shower. A couple of months later she was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis.
Even though Lizzie’s 16-year-old sister has type 1 diabetes, this soccer star didn’t think she would get the disease.
Cheryl Hile runs marathons, bicycles and holds a demanding full-time job—all while living with multiple sclerosis.
Originally from Auburn, Wash., Kerri Arceo moved to Guam where she met her husband, a native of the island territory.
Barry Thys has lived through a medical revolution. He was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis when he was a child.
Near the end of her second pregnancy, Katie Cleary noticed pink dots all over her legs.
Most kids take a backpack to school for their books and lunches.
A common myth about type 1 diabetes is that it skips generations.
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