Oct. 18 to Oct. 24, 2010 is LADA Awareness Week. Please help raise LADA Awareness!! Make sure to include the #LADAWeek hashtag in your tweets if you are on Twitter.

Let's come up with a gigantic listing of LADA blogs and Twitter users, so we can connect more people who live with this form of type 1 diabetes in adults.

I will start. I tweet at @askmanny and, for diabetes matters, I blog here on TuDiabetes:

Who's next?

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I don't tweet, facebook (I guess that isn't a verb) or blog...but I do POST on Tudiabetes! I also like to think I do my own little part to raise awareness of LADA whenever I talk to people about my own diagnosis. I'm amazed that there is actually a LADA awareness week! Is that something that you initiated Manny or is it a wider thing?
My name is Cherise-6 yrs with LADA-twitter @diabetic_iz_me
blog- http://www.diabetesdaily.com/shockley/

I can't wait to see who's next...
Me next. . I'm @babssoup on twitter. I blog here:http://babscampbell.wordpress.com/the-glycated-life/
LADA 1 year: June 24, 2009.
I tweet as khurtwilliams. I'm not a diabetes blogger but I am a blogger with diabetes — LADA since 2006. http://khurtwilliams.com/
I'm a type 1 (since I was 13), but I'd be glad to tweet (or retweet) to raise awareness of LADA. My Twitter handle is @MarieBe
I tweet as @J_Roc650... 2 yrs LADA.
Super!!

I tweet as Psychoseller, 1 year LADA.

I tweet as @dliotta I tweet about heart and diabetes prevention

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