By Sonia Sidhu, Dean Allison, and Christine MooreNov. 30, 2016
The all-party Diabetes Caucus will bring Parliamentarians together to help those living with the disease.
From the left, Liberal MP Sonia Sidhu, NDP MP Christine Moore, and Conservative MP Dean Allison at a diabetes caucus event in November. Photograph by Matthew Usherwood, courtesy of the Canadian Diabetes Association
One Canadian is diagnosed with diabetes every three minutes.
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