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Nicole Purcell lists having type 1 diabetes last when she's asked to provide information about herself - because that's where it belongs.
She is, first and foremost, a daughter, sister, aunt, partner, and friend and a professional fundraiser, writer, advocate, and dancer. Diabetes is both incidental and central in her life - an afterthought that makes its way front and center more often than she'd like it to.
A native New Englander, Nicole has worked as a fundraising executive for various non-profit organizations since 1997 and is a Tropigal with Chifferobe Productions, a vintage performance company.
Nicole's has made another attempt at monkey training after her first miserable attempt. She is obsessed now with lesser known classical artists and the memoir of Leslie Caron.
It's the time of year that finds me chopping at the bit to get more fit, to run more, to do more. I've been running 3-4 miles 3-4 days a week, dancing a couple of times a week, plus throwing in some weight training and yoga. I'm pretty much ge
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Megan was diagnosed in 2009 with Type I. As an RN, she was familiar with the medical side of her diagnosis; learning to be a good patient on the other hand, was and continues to be the challenge of her day to day life. (Read More)
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