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Low today !?!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stuart Feb 13. 12 Replies

Citations, help... ???

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian (bsc) Apr 25, 2013. 9 Replies

 

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Jan replied to Stuart's discussion 'Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?'
"Absolutely."
Apr 5
Coastal1 replied to Stuart's discussion 'Our minds, our thinking... ???' in the group Type1 for 30 Plus Years
"In my 46 yrs of T1, (since 1967 at the age of 10), I've never read anything more profoundly insightful about the psychology of long-term Type 1 than this post of yours, Stuart. I've become very disinterested in message forums and websites…"
Apr 4
JINTY replied to Stuart's discussion 'Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?'
"NO"
Mar 21
bill replied to Stuart's discussion 'Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?'
"Hello, Research is being done at the Massachusetts General Hospital- Immunobiology Lab in Charlestown, MA on the destruction of the autoreactive T cells, cells that destroy the insulin-secreting cells of the pancreas, with a very inexpensive…"
Mar 20
FionaT1 replied to Stuart's discussion 'Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?'
"I think yes id like to think i have at least another 50 years in me so I think in that much time they will have come up with something"
Mar 7
Duffman replied to Stuart's discussion 'Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?'
"even if it does happen Ive probably got to used to it anyway and wont be able to get it to be honest"
Mar 6
Ginger9708 replied to Stuart's discussion 'Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?'
"I almost like to say no but have to stay positive for my daughter so Yes"
Mar 6
jlconrod replied to Stuart's discussion 'Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?'
"There's not an easy yes or no answer to your question. The eternal optimist in me says Yes. During my 43 year experience with genetically Brittle Type 1 Diabetes I have seen enormous advances in Diabetes management, medications and therapies.…"
Mar 6
Stuart replied to Manny Hernandez's discussion 'Trigger Finger? Yikes!'
"Thought Id see if there was new research, experience(s) about this topic too?"
Mar 4
Stuart replied to Stuart's discussion 'Mindfulness meditation... anybody done it?'
"Bump, thought Id nudge see if there were new thoughts/views on the topic? What do the techniques of meditation do SPECIFICALLY for our particular diabetes issues??? Can it effect hammer toes? Will it reduce my blood pressure, or our blood sugar if…"
Mar 4
Stuart replied to Pastelpainter's discussion 'Tai Chi'
"Darn Taoists… always moving places -ggg- A particular flavor(s) of the "grand ultimate" fist art??? Thirty years is a decent amount of time to understand-study something. Look forward to hearing more..."
Mar 4
Stuart replied to Richard157's discussion 'New Type 1 Studies At Joslin Diabetes Center'
"Close but no cigar… Any idea if they are doing any SATELLITE studies (i.e. locations off-site)??? I'm not anywhere near Boston, nor likely to be but possess decades of experience & data for someone to use if they only ask……"
Mar 4
Stuart replied to Karen's discussion 'My niece is 8'
"Karen How do WE do it every blessed day… it is a good question! I was young once, and many things happened… all of us cope the very best we are able. Children are not as fragile as we often think. They are strong, and so are we all."
Mar 4
Brian replied to Stuart's discussion 'Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?'
"no"
Mar 4
Invictus replied to Stuart's discussion 'Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?'
"No thanks to Big Pharma"
Mar 4
beechbeard replied to Stuart's discussion 'Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?'
"Actually, the frantic research in T2 is good to see. Not only have genetic markers been identified but one was published this week that actually codes a protein that seems to protect people who would otherwise be T2. Ther research into metabolic…"
Mar 4
KennyB replied to Stuart's discussion 'Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?'
"The Diabetes Research Institute is funded by private donations and by some very successful labor unions. You need to know that there are some very wealthy people who have kids with type 1 and they want the cure. That's where the millions of…"
Mar 3
dawn replied to Stuart's discussion 'Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?'
"Apology absolutely accepted, I don't believe in a conspiracy theory, but I do know cures take money. There is only so much to go around. So where do you spend the money and where do you make it? Doesn't mean those working on a cure…"
Mar 3
Natalie ._c- replied to Stuart's discussion 'Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?'
"Actually, it's the poor T2's who will never see a cure in their lifetime. T1 is metabolically simple compared with T2, and as KennyB said, there is a lot of effort going into curing T1, and while I don't expect to see it in MY…"
Mar 3
KennyB replied to Stuart's discussion 'Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?'
"I didn't mean to insult you. I'm sorry if I did. You see I touched the cure with an Islet Cell transplant as I donated my body to seek a cure for all of us. I was insulin independent for over two years. I personally know how hard the…"
Mar 3

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The PRIMARY person in my life who has diabetes is
me
The PRIMARY person in my life who has diabetes has
Type 1 or type 1.5 (LADA) diabetes
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Experienced peers... with different ideas!
Date diagnosed
March 1, 1969
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Shots, Pump, Diet and Exercise
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Approaching the 50 year mark riding this dragon.

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At 6:57pm on November 3, 2013, acidrock23 said…
Thx for the friend add, although I feel like I've known you for years...
At 11:04am on November 3, 2013, GinaY said…

Thank you for accepting my friend request. There are so many incredibly interesting discussions here on your page, and I really love the way you write.

At 9:53am on May 15, 2013, Linda G said…

BRAVO ON BEING A FEATURED MEMBER STUART!!

At 7:27pm on March 31, 2013, Cora said…

Sorry for the delay. Ask away about the accupuncture.

At 2:18pm on October 28, 2012, nel said…

Thanks for the link Stuart !! ...what a timing on your part...we saw out Vet ( who does teach Tai Chi ) on our walk the other day , who handed me a pamphlet re starting dates in our Community and I found this on FB https://www.facebook.com/TaiChiMastery?ref=stream . I have not committed myself to joining his group :)
PS...another story : his daughter is an insulin pumper

At 8:15am on August 23, 2012, nel said…

Thank you again for commenting on the November 2011 picture .I hope someone can answer your question about the name and that you will be able to locate a youtube video of this set ...let us now please.Please help me with locating your discussion about Martial Arts ??

At 12:54pm on March 12, 2012, nel said…

Hi Stuart ...thanks for commenting on the November 11 on my page ...I don't know the answer to your question " chi gung practice" ??? ; I did read on your page ,that you started a discussion about Martial Arts ...and plan to have a look :)

At 1:01pm on October 2, 2011, catlover said…
Stuart- Thanks for looking at Jack's pic. He is my 5 yo g-son and lives in CA. He really likes Kung Fu, and was proud to get his yellow belt.
At 6:22pm on September 25, 2011, Brunetta said…
Howdy Stuart. I am here and doing well. Just retired and LOVING IT!!! I hear you have been looking for me, I am great!! How are You? Still teaching the kiddies martial arts?
God Bless,
Brunetta
At 2:02am on June 10, 2011, Gerri said…
Thanks for the friend add.
 
 
 

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