Diabetic Living Australia

Road WARRIOR

Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at just 14 months old, after her parents noticed she was extremely lethargic, thirsty and wetting through her nappies, Emily Vuong has grown up knowing no different. “When I started school, I did start to realise I was different to everyone else,” she says. “And I had periods of rebellion where I wanted to ignore my diabetes altogether.”

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