#DearDrBanting

#DearDrBanting Campaign It has been 100 years since the famous co-discovery of insulin, that has continuously saved millions of lives ever since. In this campaign, teaming up with Banting House in Canada, we simply wish to say THANK YOU! Not only to Dr Banting, but to those who make a positive impact in our lives

#Diaview Josie Clark, Sister Act

When we hear powerful voices across the diabetes online community, or (in the days when) attending diabetes events, we more often receive perspectives from people who have become 'advocates' in their own way through the experiences of being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, from parents who work tirelessly to take on the responsibilities of this

Manhattan Marathons

Written by Gavin Griffiths. The goal was to raise funds for Marjorie's Fund, that was the essential part! The challenge was to inspire fundraising by taking on running 7 marathons in 7 days in living with type 1 diabetes, starting and finishing in Manhattan, New York - where Marjorie's Fund and their founders Dr. Jason

DiAview: Diana Maynard

Diana Maynard from Sheffield was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in January 1980, noting to us upon sharing this: "ooh, just realised it’s been 40 years! I’m not one of those people who tracks these things!" Diana has faced some hugely challenging hurdles on her journey with this condition, including facing some serious complications, however,

Sana Ajmal: Type 1 in Pakistan

  Sana Ajmal from Islamabad, Pakistan - who will be joining us in Greenwich, London, on Saturday 11th November for the DiAthlete Global Premiere! How old were you when diagnosed with t1 diabetes and in those early years how much did you / your family know about the condition? “It was my 15th birthday. I was