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This is part two of three-part series on Type 1 research highlights from the American Diabetes Association’s 77th Scientific Sessions. This time, we’re covering technology, from pumps to mobile health. (Note that some of the research mentioned here hasn’t yet been published and reviewed by the research community).  Unexpected news: pumps and pregnancy Dr Denice…

It’s been twelve years since our first Christmas with Type 1 diabetes. Our younger son Tom was diagnosed in December 2000, casting a long shadow over the Yuletide season that year. The process of getting him diagnosed was far from straightforward, but I won’t go into the gory details as I’ve blogged about it before.…

Tweet Share Some things bring us together, others force us apart. As the parent of two children affected by the condition, Type 1 diabetes is one of the things that forces me slightly apart from other people. It’s not that they’re unsympathetic, it’s just that they can never truly understand what it is that we…