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Today’s Diabetes Hits Different This American Diabetes Month For Over 133M Americans Living with Prediabetes and Diabetes

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The American Diabetes Association® (ADA), the world’s leading diabetes organization, today unveiled this November’s American Diabetes Month® theme to showcase how Today’s Diabetes Hits Different.

Throughout the month, the ADA will elevate the different ways diabetes affects people’s lives through storytelling and highlight the advancements in diabetes technology and treatments.

Many people living with prediabetes or diabetes experience an initial shock after their diagnosis—they worry about costs and care. They wonder how day-to-day life will change and how to manage their new condition—learning about risk factors and complications, building their support community. To bring education, assistance, and advocacy to these communities and their loved ones, ADA’s American Diabetes Month campaign focuses on these actions:

“In 2022 there are different ways to hit back. We have new technologies and research leading to better diabetes management, education resources, and a community that’s stronger than ever,” said Charles D. Henderson, CEO of the ADA. “We won’t stop fighting until we see a world free of diabetes and its burdens.”

The ADA is thankful to our proud supporters, CVS Health® and WW for collaborating with us as we highlight how Today’s Diabetes Hits Different during national diabetes awareness month.

Visit diabetes.org/HitsDifferent to learn more and share your story on social using #hitsdifferent.

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