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"My wife's sister had the standard bypass about 7 years ago. At that time her weight…"

JohnG replied yesterday to Considering the Duodenal Switch surgery. Thoughts?

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"Yes my Dad tells everyone,that I'm a Diabetic (the bad kind) and a major organ recip…"

JohnG replied on Friday to What Frustrates You About Diabetes?

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"I have a EatSmart..the nice thing about this one is that it will keep a running tota…"

JohnG replied on Friday to food scale

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"I have injected most of the insulin's in my long diabetic career. Started with two i…"

JohnG replied on Friday to Pumping vs MDI - A Case for Both

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"If Your body makes insulin it delivers it, via the portal vine. A pump delivers insu…"

JohnG replied on Wednesday to Question about poor site absorption

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"My diet consists of foods that my meter has approved, almost 30 years of food succes…"

JohnG replied Aug 25 to has anyone had success with using dr. joel fuhrman's diet?

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"Hypoglycemia, and Hypo-unawareness are common side effects to all types of insulin.…"

JohnG replied Aug 22 to Not feeling lows until they get REAL low

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"I would think it's hard to accept Medibolic Syndrome (Type2). kinda like saying you…"

JohnG replied Aug 21 to when someone has diabetes and neglects it

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"Your assumption is wrong...many of us long time users have watched our Isig. and cal…"

JohnG replied Aug 15 to predicting failure date of medtronic cgms sof sensors

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"There are two factors related to sensor failure, one is the signal strength which is…"

JohnG replied Aug 13 to predicting failure date of medtronic cgms sof sensors

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