Tag Archives: Living with diabetes

Joslin’s 51st 75-Year Medalist: “It’s a Winning Battle”

Barbara Wagler was 12 years old on Feb. 10, 1936 when her mother took her to get a Valentine’s Sundae at a local ice cream shop. That sundae sent Barbara to the hospital, where she was diagnosed with type 1 … Continue reading

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“Sugar” — A New Play About Living With Diabetes

Diabetes is a familiar condition for many people, but every life lived with diabetes is unique. And for 8 nights, Emerson Professor Robbie McCauley will talk about hers, and the path that took her from America’s South to New York … Continue reading

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Joslin Awards 49th 75-Year Medal

Dorothy Jane Williams was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes 75-and-one-half-years ago. And on Monday, she became a member of Joslin’s Medalist Study and was honored as the 49th recipient of Joslin’s 75-year medal. The Joslin Medalist Program began in 1970 … Continue reading

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Things to Know for the Newly Diagnosed

Getting diagnosed with diabetes can be scary news, but education and preparation for your new life living with the disease can make all the difference.  Here are some tips from the diabetes specialists in the Joslin Clinic.  They will help … Continue reading

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