What if Type 1 Was the Norm?

In this video, we flip the script and make having a working pancreas a rare event.



Tired of standing out in a crowd when you test your blood sugar? Frustrated at being the only one who has to count carbs at the lunch table?

We hear you. That’s why we imagined a world where Type 1 diabetes was normal, and having a working pancreas was unusual. Share this video with your friends and co-workers to give them a glimpse of what it is like for you to be one of the only people with diabetes in the crowd:

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Craig Idlebrook is managing editor for Insulin Nation and Type 2 Nation. He's written about health policy, environmental health, community health, and maternal health for over 25 publications. You can reach him at cidlebrook@epscomm.com.