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The Cost Of High-Priced Insulin

When Nicole's son turned 26, she was worried. Alec was officially too old to be covered by her insurance. Her fears were justified. Less than a month after losing insurance coverage... »


Dear Camp Angels:

Up until Amber was nine, she was the older sibling of a diabetic. It was mostly just on the fringe of her awareness. That year she was diagnosed with type one diabetes.

When we suggested going to camp, she was horrified. She didn't want anything to do with it & went under protest as only a moody tween can do...

Read more of Amber's story, & help kids like her »

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Send a Child with Diabetes to Camp

Camps for children with diabetes provide an excellent opportunity for a child to meet and share experiences with other children who have the disease. Offering swimming, canoeing, horseback riding, and other camp activities, Camp Midicha stands out as a special place where all of the campers, ages 8 to 16, have diabetes. In addition to providing a wide range of traditional camp activities, Camp Midicha offers fun, interactive medical sessions every day to teach campers about all aspects of successful diabetes management.

You can help. Just $25.00 helps cover the cost of a day at camp.

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