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Working for everyone affected by diabetes
300,000 voices are better than one
Funding vital research and support
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Diabetes support and information
Information on managing your diabetes during Holy Month
Our range of must-have books and useful items to help you manage your diabetes
Our interactive programme to help you understand and manage your condition
Our peer support service connects people living with diabetes to share experience and support
Listen to the latest Balance on your MP3 player
Travel, life and other insurance schemes for people with diabetes
Download our free app, to log and track your daily levels – for Apple and Android devices
Meet other people living with diabetes, to share and learn from each other in a relaxed and fun environment
Balance your diet with over 250 healthy recipes
Get information on your nearest diabetes support group
Up-to-date information on the latest licence changes
Convert HbA1c % to mmol/mol and vice versa
Our video explains how diabetes affects the body
How you can raise your voice and help make a difference to diabetes services and care
Holly is one of our newest bloggers, in her first post she shares about her diagnosis.
Have you taken and shared a photo of your pump? #showmeyourpump
It might of been years ago or it might of even been last week. On our forum, members are discussing how they remember their first week....
Diabetes UK responds to study linking shift work with risk of Type 2 diabetes.
Our new magazine aimed at Type 1 children is compatible with a range of digital devices.
People with diabetes share photos of their insulin pumps online
Dr Alasdair Rankin, Diabetes UK Director of Research, discusses some of our research in this area
We're funding two groundbreaking research projects aiming to develop an artificial pancreas for adults with Type 1 diabetes
Contact our Press team
Our Careline offers the chance to talk to someone who understands about the challenges of diabetes.
Care in your area – and how it compares
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Help with diabetes research
Take part in clinical trials