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After getting diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 50, Brian struggled to come to terms with how his life had changed.
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"When it comes to building activity into your daily routine, take it step by step and be patient with yourself.
Brenda has type 1 diabetes. She joined a trial of the Janssen coronavirus vaccine last year, before the two main vaccines were launched in the UK.
In her story, Zena remembers her son, George, who passed away at the age of 18.
In her story, Jan shares how the One Million Step Challenge brought her closer to her husband and helped her to put her type 2 diabetes into remission.
Steve explains how reaching out for support helped him come to terms with his type 2 diabetes diagnosis, and how the One Million Step Challenge empowered him to change his life. 
Mendy's son, Moshe, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2017, aged 11 months.
George is a medical student who has been living with type 1 diabetes since his diagnosis four years ago.
Having history of type 2 in her family, Deborah wasn’t shocked to find out she was potentially at risk. But knowing how dangerous diabete
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