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Karen was diagnosed with gastroparesis when she was 25. It's a diabetes complication caused by nerve damage, which stops food from moving through the stomach as quickly as it should.
Pauline was initially misdiagnosed with type 2 diabetes, which lead to being admitted to hospital with dangerously high blood sugars.
"Volunteering feels natural for me. It’s an opportunity to problem solve and to give back.
Ivor isn’t letting the current (COVID-19) health crisis get in the way of his new exercise routine.
Colin told us about how he's managing daily life with type 2 diabetes during lockdown and how he’s using this time to make positive changes 
Meet our Volunteer Spotlight for April 2020, Sally Oxlade
Khadija Stewart-Brown shares her experience of developing Covid-19 symptoms and her plans for keeping busy during isolation. 
Martin has been living with type 1 diabetes for over 30 years so is well versed in managing his condition.
Sharon decided to take part in Swim22 as she had been thinking a lot about doing something in memory of my father and mother.
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