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IF YOU or a person you know is one of the 3.9m sufferers of type 1 or type 2 diabetes, a charity would like to hear your everyday solutions of how to live with the condition.

Charity Diabetes UK is writing a book called 100 Things I Wish I’d Known About Diabetes.

Jill Steaton, Diabetes UK south east regional manager, said: ‘This is an exciting opportunity to be part of project that will see the first-ever book written by people with diabetes for people with diabetes to help everyone with the condition to live well.’

There are a wide range of topics in the book, so any tips will be gratefully received.

If your tip is used, your name will be published in the book, and may be used to advertise the book.

Go to diabetes.org.uk/top-tips. Closing date is August 7.