My name is Chris Marchand. I am a Producer for dLifeTV, a weekly program about diabetes on CNBC. I noticed on your page you have had type 2 since 1952. I would really like to talk to you about your experiences with type 2 for that long. If could email me at Marchad456@aol.com I would really appreciate it.
Exercise is my biggest road block! Excuse #1: I have back pain brought about by lying around too much after knee surgery 4 tears ago. #2: I am so out of shape that I don't even know what to start with. There are probably others. By the way, I have to tell you that i lived in Bangalore for a school year in '71; Loved the food!! I was not diabetic then
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