Every day, more than 23 million Americans are affected by autoimmune disease.
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Even though Lizzie’s 16-year-old sister has type 1 diabetes, this soccer star didn’t think she would get the disease.
Scientists at Benaroya Research Institute are studying a critical question in type 1 diabetes.
A labor of love to honor a much loved man provides funds for type 1 diabetes research at Benaroya Research Institute.
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As a young man, Frank Dvorak had set his sights on a career in aviation.
A common myth about type 1 diabetes is that it skips generations.
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Gaylia Meitzen lived her life with joy and courage. Though she was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 16, she enthusiastically took up fishing, boating, golfing and traveling, and she even climbed Mount Rainier.
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