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"This has happened to me ... er ... regularly. :) I carry spare pump supplies for thi…"

Jen replied Mar 1, 2013 to Hypothetical pump situation

10 Mar 1, 2013
Reply by smileandnod

"I feel panic sometimes in situations I feel might get out of control. When I am alon…"

Jen replied Feb 26, 2013 to Does anybody ever go into panic mode over diabetes?

16 Mar 2, 2013
Reply by Stuart

"The last part of your post is SOOO true! People assume if you've grown up with diabe…"

Jen replied Feb 25, 2013 to What's in a name?

63 Feb 26, 2013
Reply by Natalie ._c-

"I have had T1 for 21 years I take around 45-55u most days, but can get up to 60-70u…"

Jen replied Feb 22, 2013 to How much insulin do you use daily?

35 May 5, 2013
Reply by Tabacblond

"I have also been called "brittle" and I dislike the term ... I DO appreciate that it…"

Jen replied Feb 15, 2013 to How many units of basal insulin do you take per day?

55 May 19
Reply by Cheri

"It probably seems huge, but 40% of 3.6 is 1.4 units, and a 5 unit basal rate is stil…"

Jen replied Feb 14, 2013 to Grieving insulin rate changes

20 Feb 27, 2013
Reply by Khürt Williams

"I have read these same statistics in another book (I think Type 1 Diabetes in Childr…"

Jen replied Feb 12, 2013 to How many units of basal insulin do you take per day?

55 May 19
Reply by Cheri

"I have worked with many people on immunosuppressive drugs (for various reasons), and…"

Jen replied Feb 12, 2013 to anybody looking into islet cell transplant?

16 Feb 15, 2013
Reply by gigem99

"They don't mention how the fact that we apparently have antibodies continuously kill…"

Jen replied Feb 10, 2013 to Article: Type 1 Diabetes Cured in Dogs!

18 Feb 12, 2013
Reply by FHS

"You can find more information about the tax credit here:…"

Jen replied Feb 9, 2013 to Disability Tax Credit and Type 2 Diabetes

16 Feb 21, 2013
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Diabetes entre los hispanos: no somos todos iguales

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