Dealing With A Disasterous Duo

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Welcome to the “why did the insulin die” interviews page. As we are dedicated to raising awareness of type one diabetes, and especially what it is like to live with this condition everyday, we are planning to conduct a series of interviews. These interviews will be with a wide spectrum of those living with diabetes as well as (hopefully) professionals who work in the field of diabetes.

Sometimes people can feel like they are so alone in their Diabetes life, yet it takes just a little looking around to discover that everybody goes through nightmare stages. That’s what our blog is all about – dealing with issues and celebrating together.

To view all interviews click here. To skip to a particular interview please see the list below.

Interviews
(most recent first)

Interview Four: Dealing with a disasterous duo – Diabetes and Depression
19 year old Gary discusses what it is like to live with both Diabetes and Depression.  April 18th, 2008.

Interview Three: Is it safe for me to get a facial piercing with type 1 diabetes?
17 year old Robyn talks about getting her nose pierced.  February 5th, 2008.

Interview Two: James And The Giant (Hearted) Pooch/ Type 1 With A Twist
23 year old James relives the accident that led to him getting a new best friend. October 13th, 2007.

Interview One: Type 1 Diabetes in High School
16 year old Chelsea reveals her highly personal feelings about her daily stuggles and challenges. October 7th, 2007.

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    Emily said,

    I wanted to know if it was safe to get a bellybutton piercing if I am a type 1 diabetic without an insulin pump.


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