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Are insulin pumps accessible

A friend has asked me if a totally blind person can use an insulin pump. Does anyone know. Thanks,Nancy

Started by twinchick

11 Jan 26
Reply by Jen

Strange vision at normal levels of sugar

Ok I'm not that new to diabetes more new to taking it seriously after having to go on insulin. Now I've tried my own GP but have a conditio…

Started by albion

9 Dec 13, 2012
Reply by april

Ischemic Optic Neuropathy

Have any of you gotten this or know someone who has this? I went to the opthamologist June 28 and both of my optic nerves were swollen. Th…

Started by Baby Tee

11 Nov 7, 2009
Reply by Baby Tee

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