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...mpact on their productivity ( Tunceil K et la, 2005).
Type 1 diabetes is a chronic disease which is putting a huge challenge on the nation’s health, economy and budget. It is clear that diabetes can have an impact of people 's quality of life and also their employment status. This disease when care is not taken can cause disability in people and prevent them from working or doing day to day activities. As mentioned above people who develop type 1 diabetes faces some hard time in life such joining social gatherings in communities as they feel ashamed of themselves. Some are they join their friends to eat sweets or drink. Everybody and others developing type 1 diabetes should know that this chronic disease is real. Therefore, it should be managed well. The treatment needs to be taken into account and also people should be educated more on that.
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