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Before she was even born, little Kalani Hancock was already doing her bit to help find a cure for type 1 diabetes.
And now, the one-year-old and her older sister, Avalee, are part of a world-first study looking at changes in blood sugar patterns in very young children at risk of the autoimmune condition.
The data they are contributing could lead to a potential breakthrough in delaying or even preventing the onset of type 1 diabetes.
Read the full story in The West Australian here.
Photo: Micaella and Cameron Hancock with their daughters, Avalee, three, and Kalani, one. Credit: Justin Benson-Cooper/The West Australian, Justin Benson-Cooper
First published Monday 28 June 2021.