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The most important part of my life (My testimony)

Adv. Tinotenda Dzikiti In tough times, everyone has to take their share of pain (Theresa May). Truthfully, if evolution ever existed in the history of science, I would say the same process repeated itself in my life. Had it been known, my family would have read the signs & symptoms quite early. The fight would have begun from thenceforth & if possible, try to eliminate it from its successive/series of generation(s). There are however misconceptions within the population of Zimbabwe with age(s) vis-a-vis Diabetic Mellitus patient. It is believed that only old aged people can be diabetic. Therefore, the existence of this story in this world is pretty unlikely. Diabetes is a foreign and drastic condition that has ever happened in the history of my family. I got diagnosed when I was 14 years old, on the 28th of December 2011. 2019 marked my 8th year living with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D). Alas, nobody in my family ever thought I would live up that longer and still depending on