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Stopping Diabetes Talk…Live from the Red Carpet

Big congratulations to American Diabetes Month partner Larry King, who was this year’s honoree at the Friars Club Testimonial Dinner. King, who lives with type 2 diabetes, was honored by fellow journalists, actors and even rock stars on Monday night, which coincidentally was World Diabetes Day. Continue reading

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Madi Dodge: A Volunteer Acting on Her Dreams

Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of five, Madi Dodge has spent the last ten years (and the majority of her childhood and adolescence) volunteering within the diabetes community. She has done fundraising through a variety of creative methods, and is now serving as the American Diabetes Association’s National Youth Advocate. I caught up with Madi to talk about her ten years of volunteer work in light of National Volunteer Appreciation Week. Continue reading

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