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Do you know how many times a person living with type 1 diabetes needs to make a decision?

Do you want to learn more about type 1 diabetes ?

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Type 1 diabetes affects millions of people throughout the world.

It is characterised by insulin deficiency and is caused by the immune system producing auto-antibodies, which target the pancreas and then partially or completely destroy its beta cells

People with type 1 diabetes are also considered as being insulin-dependent: a supply of insulin is essential to enable people living with type 1 to maintain stable glucose levels as the body is no longer able to produce it in sufficient quantities.

This means people living with type one need to think about their blood glucose levels every day, multiple times.

What is type 1 diabetes?

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Are you living with type 1 diabetes and need some tips and advice?

Living with type 1 diabetes can be challenging: running an errand, exercise, a quick trip to the shops, may all seem easy, but can be tricky when it comes to blood glucose management. That's why we have created this making diabetes easier website which is full helpful articles for living with and managing diabetes throughout your daily life. We also have a section that talks all about our product, the t:slim X2 insulin pump and everything you need to know about it.

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At Air Liquide Healthcare UK, we are striving to support people living with type 1 diabetes, with new innovative technologies such as the t:slim X2 insulin pump and support to start life on the pump alongside tips and advice for daily management of diabetes. Sign up to our newsletter using the form below!


About Making Diabetes Easier

Air Liquide Healthcare UK is committed to improving quality of life for people with diabetes. Our healthcare teams provide patients and their loved ones with education, support and personalisation of care.

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