"Hey John...how's it all going? I am happy that you are reading this and that you are a member of the growing TuDiabetes family.
Since the community was formed back in early 2007, lots of things have changed. Also since then, lots of new…"
I’m Lauren and I’m new to TuDiabetes and my T1 diagnosis (Feb 2010).
I am sending this note to those of you who also live in the Denver metro area to see if any of you might be interested in creating a Diabetes education and support group that would allow us to meet “live and in person” once a month or so? I have been unsuccessful at finding any groups here so I thought I might as well get the ball rolling!
I would be happy to organize and schedule and all if I knew that there were others interested in attending!
Let me know what you think!
If you are interested, let me know the area of town that would work best for you!
Hey John...how's it all going? I am happy that you are reading this and that you are a member of the growing TuDiabetes family.
Since the community was formed back in early 2007, lots of things have changed. Also since then, lots of new members have joined: we're now nearly 11,300 members. So, new members and new features means it never hurts to refresh how things work around the community.
If you haven't read it, I invite you to take a few minutes to go through our New Member Guide. If you have been a member for a while but have let a little dust accumulate on your TuDiabetes account, you will find it very useful. If you joined just recently, you will find it EVEN MORE handy.
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