25-year-old Sarrah Kapasi was sensitised to the problems faced by type-I diabetic patients early in life. Her father, Muslim Kapasi, was diagnosed with the condition around the time she was born. “Type-I is more severe in comparison to type-II diabetes, which is a lifestyle disorder. Dad’s pancreas were extremely weak, his health was deteriorating — at one point, it became very serious,” Sarrah recounts. That’s when Muslim, who is also a co-founder at D-Alive, decided to take charge and consult the best doctors in the country. But their treatment didn’t really help. Instead, a di
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