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Tweet Share To be completely honest, I’m not a huge fan of Christmas. The unrelenting overindulgence: spending too much, eating too much, drinking too much, just gets (you’ve guessed it!) too much. People get their knickers in a twist about having the PERFECT CHRISTMAS and what that entails and lose sight of what it should…

Tweet Share As I mentioned in one of my previous blogs, I’m taking part in a clinical trial. It’s called the REPOSE (Relative Effectiveness of Pumps over MDI and Structured Education) trial and is basically design to determine whether or not insulin pump therapy is more effective at treating adults with T1 diabetes. The trial…

Tweet Share When Ewan was 6 he was diagnosed with a learning difficulty you will all be familiar with called dyslexia. In general it affects his ability to read and write and has a knock-on effect with all of his schooling. The dyslexia in itself is a major life hurdle for Ewan and puts him…

Tweet Share Last time, Helen told us she was going to count down a list of 10 things that if she could, she’d alter about her life as a young diabetic and see if others agreed. You can catch up with her “Number 10“, and carry on reading, this time about going to clinic… “Number…