Type 1 on 1 | Diabetes Stories

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This week I speak to Dave, who has lived with type 1 diabetes for over 40 years after being diagnosed at the age of three. Dave talks through his memories of growing up using glass syringes and steel needles. Dave's daughter Martha received a type 1 diagnosis in 2019 at the age of 12 and he chats about how that's impacted his entire family.

Show Notes

This week I speak to Dave, who has lived with type 1 diabetes for over 40 years after being diagnosed at the age of three. Dave talks through his memories of growing up using glass syringes and steel needles, and not being able to test his blood sugar because glucose meters didn't exist. The tables were turned somewhat when his daughter Martha received a type 1 diagnosis in 2019 at the age of 12, and Dave chats about the impact of that on not only her, but the rest of the family. Dave has long been a great voice of reason in this community and it was fascinating to cover 40 years of life with type 1!

Dave blogs at The Tangerine Diabetic.
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What is Type 1 on 1 | Diabetes Stories?

Type 1 on 1 is a podcast that delves into the obscure, complex and challenging world of life with type 1 diabetes.

Writer and broadcaster Jen Grieves, who was diagnosed at the age of 8, talks to compelling guests about their experiences of living with type 1 diabetes and how it’s shaped them - showing that there is no ‘normal’ when it comes to handling this whopper of a chronic condition.