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Only after having a member in my family who has diabetes I have realize what diabetes can do to ones body and especially what that persons family goes through In 2011 when my aunty was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes my whole family was devastated but once someone is diagnosed there is no point on grieving about it So in beginning my whole family supported her and kept her on a diet pushed her to be active but as time passed all of our encouragement stopped When someone has a fever or cold it is visible so everyone can take care of it Since diabetes reactions are not visible my whole family stopped worrying about my aunty Later when the doctor told my aunty diabetes has been growing we all once again started to encourage her to be active There are many families who have gone through the same situation as my family has because the diabetes rate has been growing Since diabetes is a silent and invisible disease compared to other diseases diabetes often gets ignored and neglected by many until the situation has become serious Diabetes may not be visible but without a doubt diabetes is one of the most dangerous disease If this disease is not taken seriously patient might end up loosing his her bone from his her legs The New York Amsterdam News featured the story of diabetic patient Vaughn Harper who hosted evening radio broadcast called Quiet Storm Harper says I had to let surgeons take two bones out of my foot and that was from the diabetes30 Not just Harper but there are many people like Harper who have gone through the stress of having no choice but to let surgeons take out bones from their legs because of diabetes Loosing legs is just one result of diabetes Going blind heart disease and strokes are some other effects of diabetes Growing rate of diabetes should be a serious
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