Joseph Bass, 9, of Tega Cay plans to visit Washington, D.C., as a member of Children's Congress. The group, which includes 150 children, hopes to help legislators understand Type 1 diabetes and the need to find a cure. Below, Joseph shows his insulin pump, which he wears almost all the time except when he bathes and swims. The pump delivers insulin through a catheter placed under the skin. He was diagnosed with Type I diabetes when he was 3.
Joseph Bass, 9, of Tega Cay plans to visit Washington, D.C., as a member of Children's Congress. The group, which includes 150 children, hopes to help legislators understand Type 1 diabetes and the need to find a cure. Below, Joseph shows his insulin pump, which he wears almost all the time except when he bathes and swims. The pump delivers insulin through a catheter placed under the skin. He was diagnosed with Type I diabetes when he was 3.
Joseph Bass, 9, of Tega Cay plans to visit Washington, D.C., as a member of Children's Congress. The group, which includes 150 children, hopes to help legislators understand Type 1 diabetes and the need to find a cure. Below, Joseph shows his insulin pump, which he wears almost all the time except when he bathes and swims. The pump delivers insulin through a catheter placed under the skin. He was diagnosed with Type I diabetes when he was 3.

Tega Cay's Joseph Bass is D.C. bound

June 15, 2007 11:15 PM

UPDATED June 15, 2007 11:19 PM

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