After having T1D for over 25 years, Kathy would experience sudden low blood sugars without warning.  She had an islet cell transplant in 2008 and today she only takes a small supplemental dose of insulin each day.  She feels wonderful and no longer worries about sudden lows as she feels them well before they hit.  Her blood sugars are in very good control – closer to those of a person who doesn’t have T1D.

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