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Old 16-06-2011, 09:11 AM   #1
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Health news 16th June 2011
A journalist who needs his pen​ to survive

This week is Diabetes UK?s annual UK-wide awareness and fundraising week, with patients around the nation being encouraged to help improve people?s knowledge of the condition. Figures are on the rise, with hundreds of thousands of people having picked up the condition without even knowing about it. Mail News Editor Ian Willis was diagnosed with the condition in the summer of 2000, and has been insulin-dependent ever since.

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