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"Like you I think that we will experience enough highs and lows in our lifes to get u…"

Holger Schmeken replied Jun 1 to Fear - highs and lows

34 Jun 5
Reply by Brian (bsc)

"Hello Jen, do you think it would be helpful for you to share two or more months of y…"

Holger Schmeken replied Jun 1 to Adjusting pump settings

21 Jun 1
Reply by Jen

"In a very simplified sense the trial rediscovered that insulin dependend diabetes tr…"

Holger Schmeken replied Jun 1 to Hypocompass

9 Jun 4
Reply by Terry

"Wow, education helps to improve hypo awareness. Who would have thought that piloting…"

Holger Schmeken replied May 31 to Hypocompass

9 Jun 4
Reply by Terry

"I have developed most Apps for the Glucosurfer.org project. This App calculates the…"

Holger Schmeken replied May 8 to What Blood Glucose App do you use?

8 May 8
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"Comparisons between meters use hundreds of tests to get an amount of data that is st…"

Holger Schmeken replied Apr 29 to DiabetesMine™ Launches Diabetes Product Review Site

2 Apr 29
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"Beta blockers will reduce the hypo awareness for sure. It might help to increase the…"

Holger Schmeken replied Apr 23 to Heart Surgery and Low Blood-Sugar

5 Apr 23
Reply by Tiki

"The design is small but it would have been possible to make the battery replaceable.…"

Holger Schmeken replied Apr 16 to Dexcom transmitter life.

26 May 12
Reply by Dave

"Technically you are a T1 diabetic. For T1 the beta cells and their supporting blood…"

Holger Schmeken replied Apr 10 to Technically not a diabetic but...

10 Apr 10
Reply by Dave

"I do not see that T1 and slow onset T1 share much characteristics with T2. At the cu…"

Holger Schmeken replied Apr 4 to Not sure. Mody or LADA?

71 Apr 11
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