After learning from his own experience with type 1 diabetes, Nate Skoubye decided to do his Eagle Scout service project on a program to help other children newly-diagnosed with the condition.
Sixteen-year-old Orlando Tyler is better able to manage his type 1 diabetes with the help of CHOP's Diabetes Center for Children.
Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 3, 8-year-old twins Sarah and Elizabeth now have control of their disease — thanks to the specialists at CHOP's Diabetes Center.
With the help of CHOP's Diabetes Center, his school nurse and his love for running, Shiden has managed to stay healthy and keep his type 1 diabetes under control.
Diagnosed with type 2 diabetes when he was 12, O'Dell Richardson has benefited from treatment and advice from the staff at CHOP's Diabetes Center for Children.