How To Diagnose Monogenic Diabetes

Musician Michael Eizenga loved to improv on his guitar, but when he was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, his carefree life became a structured schedule to try and keep his diabetes under control. For 15 years he lived his life meticulously measuring carbs, checking blood sugar levels, and staying in control of his diabetes.

It wasn’t until the day he heard about Monogenic Diabetes and was tested positive that managing his diabetes went from minute by minute monitoring to taking only one pill a day. Watch and learn about this rare genetic form of diabetes and what to look for to find out if you should be tested. Knowledge is POWER!

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