Frank Marcus Sabatini's Discussions (20)

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"Type 1 August,1957. 56 years. Still kicking"

Frank Marcus Sabatini replied Sep 2, 2013 to How long?

42 Sep 2, 2013
Reply by Baby Tee

"diagnosed at 3 now 57 so about 97%"

Frank Marcus Sabatini replied Jan 31, 2013 to What percent?

80 Feb 28, 2013
Reply by Stuart

"I have been hearing a cure is right around the corner for 55 years now, so don't hol…"

Frank Marcus Sabatini replied Sep 27, 2012 to Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?

771 Aug 27
Reply by crankycat

"53 years type 1 diabetic, every since the only thing I knew about dirt was if you go…"

Frank Marcus Sabatini replied Sep 23, 2011 to How long?

42 Sep 2, 2013
Reply by Baby Tee

"I use mine about a month-month & 1/2 7 - 9 times a day no problems I always use…"

Frank Marcus Sabatini replied Feb 24, 2011 to How often do you change your lancet?

194 Jul 1, 2012
Reply by latvianchick

"Good attitude is key in staying ahead of long term diabetes for me, you play the han…"

Frank Marcus Sabatini replied Feb 13, 2011 to My First Irreversible Complication

57 Feb 26, 2011
Reply by Anthony Holko

"53 years diabetic, 42 years high, no more problems in my life than the guy/gal sitti…"

Frank Marcus Sabatini replied Feb 8, 2011 to so im diabetic and i smoke a good amout of ganja

66 Apr 6, 2011
Reply by MissKitka

"been diabetic 53 years now, as long as I can remember I heard the cure was right aro…"

Frank Marcus Sabatini replied Jan 25, 2011 to Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?

771 Aug 27
Reply by crankycat

"I use 200-250, add a few more to your total and you would have one of those continuo…"

Frank Marcus Sabatini replied Aug 14, 2010 to How many Test Strips do you use in 1 month? Just Curious.

562 Aug 14
Reply by Chris Ullger

"When cant I try it, good news if it gets FDA approval soon, I am running out of time…"

Frank Marcus Sabatini replied Apr 14, 2009 to Stem Cell Transplants Help Type 1 Diabetics Skip Insulin

146 Jun 18, 2009
Reply by Hana Rous




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