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Amanda

She Is My Hero

"Father's Day 2007. We had made a 3-hour trip to visit my father. Our drive back turned into a 5-hour nightmare when our 8-year-old daughter had us stop every 10 minutes for a restroom break... [When we went to see a doctor,] the words he said... came out in slow motion. 'Your daughter has diabetes.'"

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Diabetes Care in the Navajo Nation

Care In Navajo Nation

In the Navajo Nation, the prevalence of diabetes has doubled over the span of ten years. Despite efforts, they are still in need of the basic tools and experienced individuals to effectively monitor the disease.

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Sometimes insurance isn't enough when the only medication that gives you hope costs more than insurance will provide. This requires thousands of dollars in co-pays or other out-of-pocket costs. Hundreds of patients, many whom are diabetic, who are being treated are choosing between their health and their family's financial livelihood.

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