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Diabetes organisations

If you are newly diagnosed with diabetes, or are concerned about your care or treatment, or want to find out more about making yourself healthier to help reduce your risk of diabetes, use these resources to find more advice and support.

This list offers a guide to diabetes charities, organisations and resources online. There may also be local groups and organisations in your area you could join. Ask at your GP’s surgery, clinic or hospital for details.

Diabetes UK

Diabetes UK is the biggest UK charity working for people with diabetes, funding research, campaigning and helping people to live with the condition.


JDRF has the aim of finding a cure for type 1 diabetes and its complications, and funds diabetes research.

Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation (DRWF)

The Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation (DRWF) is a charity with the aim of raising awareness of diabetes, its complications, treatment, prevention and relief, and to provide support to people with diabetes.

The Insulin Dependent Diabetes Trust (IDDT)

The Insulin Dependent Diabetes Trust (IDDT) is an organisation for people living with diabetes run by people living with diabetes.

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