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  • The ABC of Diabetes Management

    In the latest edition of the Diabetes Members Magazine, Deborah Condon highlights that Diabetes self-management is not as easy as ABC, but it is certainly a good place to start.     To read the full article click here.

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  • Election 2020

    So the election date has now been confirmed for February 8th 2020. Over the next few weeks, election candidates will be knocking on your door. This is a key opportunity to use your voice and highlight your concerns. What questions should you ask?   Read more, https://www.diabetes.ie/ask-the-election-candidate-questions/              

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  • Inspiring the Next Generation

    As part of World Diabetes Day celebration’s a further 21 people with diabetes received “Living Well with Diabetes” 50 Year medals from Diabetes Ireland. At three different ceremonies held in Cork, Dublin and Naas Hospital medal recipients and their families came together to share memories of their lives with diabetes.     Lots of stories... View Article

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  • New Parliamentary Group on Diabetes to be set up

    Following a World Diabetes Day presentation to TDs and Senators, kindly organised by Mary Butler TD and Frank O’Rourke TD, Diabetes Ireland is delighted to announce it will be working with interested Oireachtas Members to set up a cross party Diabetes Parliamentary Group in Leinster House to raise awareness of the need for a long... View Article

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  • Thirty Irish charities receive donations from The Hospital Saturday Fund

    Diabetes Ireland received a donation from The Hospital Saturday Fund (HSF) at a special reception hosted at University College Cork on Thursday, 21 November 2019. In total, €140,000 was donated to the charities at the event, which was hosted by UCC in the Aula Maxima in the presence of the Deputy Lord Mayor of Cork,... View Article

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