¿Cuales son tus expectativas? - What are your expectations?

Algunos creemos en que finalmente llegará el día de la cura. Otros que simplemente hay que acostumbarse y vivir con la enfermedad de la mejor manera....

¿y tu que piensas?

Some of us believe that one day they will find a cure. Others think that you justa have to get use to it and try to deal with the issue the best possible way .

What do you think?

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Cuando veo noticias como la del pancreas artificial, solo puedo sentirme optimista acerca del futuro.
They will find a cure. Believe it.
hola me llamo bianca.mi respectiva es que ahi que vivir con la condicion que tenemos.yo tengo diabetes tipo 1 y ya me acostumbre y me sintio como una persona normal lo unico que cambia es que me tengo que chequiar la glucosa y me tengo que inyectar.eso es lounico que tambian.para mi la diabetes significa que tienes que tener un control en tu vida y es estar cada rato como algo saludable y no comer chatarra.yo estoy super b ien con la diabetes.
Puedes decir me lo que significa " no comer chatarra". , por favor?
Claro, chatarra es la famosa "junk food"

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