Karachi’s resident Nasreen Bano told us that she has two sons; Hammaz and Badar. Hammaz is older and studies in grade 8. In 2001, he was diagnosed with diabetes. It was a difficult time for them to buy insulin, blood sugar test strips, injections, and most of the time, they skipped to buy insulin.
Lack of Knowledge is Darker than Night One of the biggest misconceptions, especially in Pakistan, is that only adults or older people can get diabetes. The fact, on the contrary, is that diabetes adheres to no specific age group. It is simply a medical condition that elevates the blood sugar level in the body. The […]
Insulin for Quality Life Fathers look forward to their sons becoming their allies and support, but sometimes, life has its own challenges. Though treatable and common, diabetes is still a condition that no parent would ever want to think of their child enduring. Type-1 diabetes can be dealt easily with the use of timely insulin […]