Stacy Juba is a successful author & editor whose daughter was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when she was six years old. Stacy shares how a book she put aside long ago helped her come to terms with her daughter’s diagnosis and how finishing her current novel felt like a victory over T1D.

This episode also features the family behind Noah’s March, a new effort to raise money for T1D research. 10-year-old Noah decided he wanted to walk across America to get attention and funding for diabetes; his parents share how it’s been since the walk kicked off at the start of the year.