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Young teen dies unexpectedly from undiagnosed juvenile diabetes

Awareness of juvenile diabetes increased dramatically in Newton when a 14 year old girl died unexpectedly from undiagnosed juvenile diabetes. The whole community sought to become more informed about the illness. Symptoms include fatigue, thirst, frequent urination, extreme hunger, flu-like symptoms and unexplained weight loss. Even thin children can develop the condition.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by The Rockingham News

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About: Young teen dies unexpectedly from undiagnosed juvenile diabetes

Date: 10 December 2004

Source: The Rockingham News

Author: Emily Zimmerman


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