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'Staying well until a cure is found...'
'Staying well until a cure is found...'

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It's #InternationalTalkLikeAPirateDay today so have a look at our #PiecesOfEight NHS England Accredited information leaflets to support living with #diabetes #wellnesswednesday http://bit.ly/2va6o0y
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Orchestra in the body could help speed up weight loss
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New service launched to help patients understand eligibility for free prescriptions by NHS England
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For #RememberACharityWeek it can be a very easy and tax efficient way of supporting a cause that has been dear to your heart. It is always worth seeking professional help from a solicitor when you are drafting your Will to avoid any potential problems arising for your family. If you decide that diabetes research is a cause you would like to support through your Will, all you need to do is tell your solicitor and provide the charity’s details. http://bit.ly/2QmqY4o
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It's #RememberACharityWeek. Many people like to think that they would leave a gift in their Will but only 7% actually do. Legacies make a real difference to DRWF, providing the bedrock financial support we rely upon to look ahead and progress effectively. Please consider supporting diabetes research and our outreach programme by leaving a legacy (a gift of hope) to DRWF. http://bit.ly/2x1TC1P
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It's #TeddyBearDay and a reminder to make sure you receive your annual 9 'bare' essential checks - HbA1C, blood pressure, kidney function, cholesterol, eye screening, diet, foot examination, smoking advice, education. This teddy helps children with T1 to learn where their injection sites are. http://bit.ly/2O098CC
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Glucose-responsive insulin could transform treatment of type 1 diabetes
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Foot wounds related to diabetes can affect patients for decades
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Today is #InternationalDayofCharity and research is increasingly a multinational effort. DRWF in UK and Sweden, have worked collaboratively to fund the work of Professor Nils Wierup at Lund University in Sweden working with Professor Valeriya Lyssenko at the University of Bergen in Norway to identify disease mechanisms that may ultimately lead to new drug targets for T2 Diabetes.
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