I was asked by my local diabetic team if I was interested to write an article about my strugles and victories about my diabetes

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very cool. congrats. got a link to the article?
The link to the article is coming. I had trouble doing that so Kristin is doing that part for me
Please have patience for her to respond

Henry
Click here to view the article. Hope that the resolution is good enough!

If not, you can see it as a PDF file below.
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Kristin,

I thank you very much for your assistance in order to ger this on TuDiabetes It is looking very good

Henry
That's great! Maybe you can make it a series? The more the better!!

Terry
Thank you for your support. Training hard in the snow. Will keep you posted

Henry
Thats great,get it out there for people to read about what diabetes really is.
Good on you Henry and I cant wait to read it.
Thank you very much for your support Training hard in the snow. Will keep you posted how things envolve

Henry
Great article Henry! Keep up the walking, and good luck w/ this year's event!
Thank very much for your encouragement

Training hard in the snow

Henry
Great article. Congratulations!
Thank you very much for your encouragement. Training hard in the snow

Henry

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