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#85 How do you manage a Type 1 Diabetes diagnosis in remote Australia?

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Danielle and Boyd Keenan live with their two young daughters, August (Augie), 11, and Willa, 9, in Broken Hills, NSW. It is a community they adore and the home where extended family are, but when Augie was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in October 2019, the remote city they love  was a long way away from diabetes treatment.

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