Niklas DiCarlo, 12, checks his blood sugar in his room at his family's home in Bluffton as his brother Joe, 11, watches. The DiCarlos started a nonprofit organization called the No More Diabetes Foundation, which gives 100 percent of its proceeds to the Palmetto Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Niklas DiCarlo, 12, checks his blood sugar in his room at his family's home in Bluffton as his brother Joe, 11, watches. The DiCarlos started a nonprofit organization called the No More Diabetes Foundation, which gives 100 percent of its proceeds to the Palmetto Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Sarah Welliver/Staff photo
Niklas DiCarlo, 12, checks his blood sugar in his room at his family's home in Bluffton as his brother Joe, 11, watches. The DiCarlos started a nonprofit organization called the No More Diabetes Foundation, which gives 100 percent of its proceeds to the Palmetto Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Sarah Welliver/Staff photo

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July 31, 2012 12:01 AM

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