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2019 Delegates from North Dakota

  • Danika

    North Dakota, 2019

    Age: 17 | Age at T1D diagnosis: 13

    Danika is determined to make a difference. Danika loves giving back to her community through service projects with her school’s student council, which... Read More

2017 Delegates from North Dakota

  • Addison

    North Dakota, 2017

    Age: 10 | Age at T1D diagnosis: 4

    Addison likes to figure skate, swim and play the violin. She wants to be an eye doctor when she grows up. Addison says,... Read More

2015 Delegates from North Dakota

  • Annelise

    North Dakota, 2015

    Age: 10 | Age at T1D diagnosis: 6

    Annelise’s enthusiasm is downright contagious. “A cure would affect my life and my family’s lives so much!” she says. “I’ve gotten 6,376 shots... Read More

2013 Delegates from North Dakota

  • T.J.

    North Dakota, 2013

    Age: 8 | Age at T1D diagnosis: 5

    Having T1D hasn’t been child’s play for TJ and his two older sisters, who all have the disease. But thanks to research and... Read More

  • Taya

    North Dakota, 2013

    Age: 16 | Age at T1D diagnosis: 4

    Growing up, Taya shared more than the toys and snacks that most kids split with their siblings. Taya, her brother, and her sister... Read More

  • Tylie

    North Dakota, 2013

    Age: 17 | Age at T1D diagnosis: 4

    Tylie was the first of her siblings to receive a T1D diagnosis. Of the four kids in her family, three have the disease... Read More

2011 Delegates from North Dakota

  • Emma

    North Dakota, 2011

    Emma was diagnosed at age seven, which is the same age at which her older sister, Haley, was diagnosed. "Haley has been a great big sister and type 1 diabetes... Read More

  • Haley

    North Dakota, 2011

    Haley was diagnosed at age seven, and right away decided to administer her own shots. Still, she felt somewhat alone with the disease until her younger sister, Emma, was diagnosed... Read More

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