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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
Abdul helps clear up myths about diabetes as one of our volunteers. He wants to do the same with the vaccine and has posted short videos in Urdu and English on Facebook.
Forth Valley T1D Families Group volunteers: Left Leanne Browne (Secretary), middle Julie Catlin (Chair) and right Jillian Muir (Treasurer)
Sarita, 82, has been using video chat to keep in touch with her children and three grandchildren during the pandemic. She recently received the first dose of her coronavirus vaccine.
In her story, Helen, 51, talks about how taking part in our 2020 One Million Step Challenge helped her cope with grief and stay connected to family and friends during lockdown.
Hannah loves her job as a specialist stroke nurse.
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