Greetings from CANADA, where INSULIN was discovered by BANTING & BEST, JULY 30 1921. I was clinically dead in 1977, in Boston with a BG of 880 with my second chance,have been ROLE MODEL to over 40,000 diabetics and at 91 a computer rookie, has found a way to mentor to those members of areas with high% of diabetesby asking them 'WHAT DO YOU NEED IN YOUR AREA TO IMPROVE YOUR DIABETES PREVENTION & AWARENESS PROGRAM, also WHAT DO YOU KNOW'? My connection with the BANTING HOMSTEAD, started in 1978 and check out www.restorethebantinghomestead.com and see why I am asking insulin-users, worldwide, to call 5 diabetics, and ask them to join me, in silence, JULY 30 INSULIN APPRECIATION DAY, and give THANKS FOR INSULIN, giving hundreds of millions of US a chance to live healthy and productive lives TODAY. On that day AMIGOS will be selling BLUE ROSES to support the homestead.This flower was chosen because of its meaning, 'ATTAINING THE IMPOSSIBLE", our mission and motto Check out your local LIONS CLUBS, they have an excellent diabetes awareness program, as a member for 37 years I feel this is a good source of networking. firstname.lastname@example.org
I noticed you're a physician. What kind of doctor are you? I'm in the first year of med school now and wondering how I'll be able to handle the clinical years and residency with diabetes as an additional factor. Let me know!
Hello and welcome to TuDiabetes. it's great you joined the community! I can read that you were diagnosed one year after me!!! I'm still with shots. I saw Omnipod but there is no Omnipod in my country but I think it's good a pump without tubes! I hope you're well. Bienvenue!
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