Karla Edge has type 1 diabetes and has been insulin-free for 11 years after being treated at the University of Miami’s Diabetes Research Institute.
Karla Edge has type 1 diabetes and has been insulin-free for 11 years after being treated at the University of Miami’s Diabetes Research Institute. Andrew Milne University of Miami file photo
Karla Edge has type 1 diabetes and has been insulin-free for 11 years after being treated at the University of Miami’s Diabetes Research Institute. Andrew Milne University of Miami file photo

Living insulin-free: ‘I feel like a whole new person’

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