The Finnish Diabetes Association (founded 1955) is a national public-health and patient organization.

We are a central body for 106 local branches, two national associations (for young people with diabetes and for persons interested in hypo alert dogs) and four professional associations.

The institutional members of the Association have a total individual membership of 56.000 (approximately).

Membership of the Finnish Diabetes Association

  • 105 local branches
  • 3 national associations
  • Association of Finnish Diabetes Nurses
  • Finnish Diabetes Research Society
  • Finnish Diabetes Education Study Group
  • Finnish Association of Podiatry

A person can join the Finnish Diabetes Association by becoming a member of one of its local branches.

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