Jerry's Discussions (46)

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"But the problem with acronyms is that the full meaning needs to be spelled out anywa…"

Jerry replied Oct 3 to I guess I am not a "Diabetic"

81 Oct 20
Reply by Roger212

"and besides . . . it's a good topic of discussion"

Jerry replied Sep 30 to I guess I am not a "Diabetic"

81 Oct 20
Reply by Roger212

"Even time I see it written it goes down as "PWD (person with diabetes)"; they need t…"

Jerry replied Sep 30 to I guess I am not a "Diabetic"

81 Oct 20
Reply by Roger212

"I too have been T1 since age 14, but I am 52 now . . . and I am a bit sick and tired…"

Jerry replied Jun 9, 2013 to Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?

782 Oct 15
Reply by Alisha

"" or 30 thousand a year for life " spent on what ?"

Jerry replied Jul 16, 2012 to Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?

782 Oct 15
Reply by Alisha

"Well, it depnds what your reading is; in other words 30 points lower than what?The h…"

Jerry replied Jun 18, 2012 to Glucometer Readings

8 Jun 18, 2012
Reply by Jerry

"You might do better buying them off of EBay. I can typically get them for half."

Jerry replied Jun 2, 2012 to How many Test Strips do you use in 1 month? Just Curious.

566 Sep 29
Reply by Maddie

"I agree with what you wrote above. I have been T1 for 37 years. No complications, go…"

Jerry replied Jun 2, 2012 to How many Test Strips do you use in 1 month? Just Curious.

566 Sep 29
Reply by Maddie

"According to something else that you posted, you have been on insulin 45 years (not…"

Jerry replied May 22, 2012 to Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?

782 Oct 15
Reply by Alisha

"You say that you are reducing your insulin everyday. So how much insulin were you on…"

Jerry replied May 22, 2012 to Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?

782 Oct 15
Reply by Alisha

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