A Day in the Life of Diabetes by Jay Dickman
During American Diabetes Month® this November, the American Diabetes Association launched a socially-focused initiative, “A Day in the Life of Diabetes,” to demonstrate the increasing impact diabetes has on our families and communities nationwide.
As part of this campaign, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Jay Dickman, volunteered his time and talent to photograph three individuals who are living with diabetes - giving us an up-close and personal glimpse into their daily lives and showing us what “A Day in the Life of Diabetes” means to them.
A mother changes her life so she can focus on caring for her 2-year-old daughter with type 1.
He has been living with type 1 diabetes for 34 years and refuses to stop partaking in his favorite hobbies.
Recently diagnosed with type 2, she keeps active to stave off serious complications.
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