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  • Idahoans are living with Type 1 diabetes

    Two years ago, now 13-year-old Carson Magee buttonholed Gov. Butch Otter and convinced him to proclaim the second Monday in February each year as Type 1 Diabetes Awareness Day. This is the second year for the educational event at the Capitol, in which young and old Idahoans talk about living with the disease — even as they hope for a cure.

Idahoans are living with Type 1 diabetes

Two years ago, now 13-year-old Carson Magee buttonholed Gov. Butch Otter and convinced him to proclaim the second Monday in February each year as Type 1 Diabetes Awareness Day. This is the second year for the educational event at the Capitol, in which young and old Idahoans talk about living with the disease — even as they hope for a cure.
Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com