Mélanie Luneau had been living with type 1 for 3 years, before he decided to pursue her dream to go on a bicycle trip for nearly six months to the discovery of a part of Europe.
To her audience that has been faithful for years, Ginette Reno embodies the strength and energy, an energy that passes through his exceptional voice and to which no one can remain insensitiv . But the diagnosis of diabetes was a shock for her that she had to learn to overcome .
On September 27, 2011, at the launch party of 2011-2012 activities of the association Les diabétiques du nord de Montréal, Ms. Ginette Labelle, former president of the association, was recognized for 50 years of insulin therapy.
Six years ago, Chantale Caron chose the double transplant, her only way to regain health that slipped through her fingers as complications of diabetes were ravaging. She already had sight problems and her kidney function had slowly dropped. Dialysis was required. It was a matter of survival.