Treating T1D in Bangladesh: Dr. Kaufman + Life for a Child

Dr. Francine Kaufman spent time in Bangladesh with Life for a Child to learn about conditions in the country and help determine treatment options for a number of families affected by diabetes.

Help Emilia: A T1D Cause

Neil Greathouse asks other willing and able T1Ds to send extra supplies so that he might bring them down to Peru to help better (and possibly save) the life of a fellow T1D.

Surfing the Highs and Lows of T1D

Elise Trigger discusses her passion for surfing and how she manages her T1D while in the zone.

Woman’s Insulin Confiscated By Airport Security

A woman boarding a flight in the UK had her insulin taken from her by airport security and subsequently boarded her flight without it.

Surviving with Diabetes in Venezuela

Carmen discusses conditions for those with Type 1 in Venezuela, including her own daughter, Sofia.

AYUDA: Changing the Face of Diabetes Volunteering Abroad

AYUDA – American Youth Understanding Diabetes Abroad – is a nonprofit dedicated to creating culturally sensitive and sustainable diabetes volunteer programs around the world, where American youth can work with youth abroad to make a difference in their communities.

Saving T1D Lives in Bolivia

Dr. Elizabeth Duarte speaks about the challenges faced by people living with Type 1 diabetes in Bolivia and her career serving the T1D community.

Type 1 Diabetes in Ghana: A Global Community Discussion

James Mansfield details a chat facilitated by Type One Run and Diabetes Youth Care Ghana during which those in attendance were brought up to speed on the various unique challenges faced by Ghanaians with T1D.

National Health Services To Offer Free Glucose Monitors for T1D in the UK

Beginning April 1, people with Type 1 diabetes in the UK will have the FreeStyle Libre system completely covered, ending issues with access many are currently facing.

Runner Spotlight: Patrick Votruba

Beyond Type Run Marathoner Patrick Votruba talks about his diagnosis, experience running in ultra marathons, and how he has been training for the 2018 NYC Marathon.

Runner Spotlight: Léonor Marchand

Léonor Marchand talks with Beyond Type 1 about her running inspiration, how she's preparing for the NYC Marathon, and advice for people living with Type 1 diabetes.

Beyond Type 1 x Diabetes NZ – The Kiwis are Taking Over!

This week, Beyond Type 1 and Diabetes New Zealand are joining forces to present the third annual Kiwi Takeover of Beyond Type 1 social media. So if you’re seeing more than the average number of New Zealanders on your newsfeed - that’s why!

Beyond Type 1 x Diabetes NZ – The Kiwis are Taking Over!

This week, Beyond Type 1 and Diabetes New Zealand are joining forces to present the second annual Kiwi Takeover of Beyond Type 1 social media. So if you’re seeing more than the average number of New Zealanders on your newsfeed - that’s why!

A Life-Saving Decision – Part 1

Four-year-old Braca nearly died after developing type 1 diabetes while sailing with his family in South-East Asia. Mum Kia Korrop explains why they turned back to port, as his condition worsened.

Between Now and a Cure

On the evening of September 10, 2009, the streets of Kampala were ablaze with political protests, and a "boda-boda" was weaving through the jam-packed traffic. My father was hauling me, his comatose son, to find urgent medical care.