Henry Gibson, 7, a Cassidy Elementary School second-grader, has Type 1 diabetes and needs occasional insulin injections so his body can convert sugar, starches and other foods into energy. Because of state law, only a school nurse or his parents may help him with insulin injections.
Henry Gibson, 7, a Cassidy Elementary School second-grader, has Type 1 diabetes and needs occasional insulin injections so his body can convert sugar, starches and other foods into energy. Because of state law, only a school nurse or his parents may help him with insulin injections. Herald-Leader
Henry Gibson, 7, a Cassidy Elementary School second-grader, has Type 1 diabetes and needs occasional insulin injections so his body can convert sugar, starches and other foods into energy. Because of state law, only a school nurse or his parents may help him with insulin injections. Herald-Leader

Parents of diabetic Lexington boy push for state law to allow school staff to administer insulin

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