Researchers want to learn about dogs that help people with diabetes. The purpose of this study is to see how well dogs can warn people when their sugar levels are too low or too high. You are invited to take part in this study if you have diabetes and have had a dog that can detect sugar levels. If you have a child with diabetes who has such a dog, you are also asked to take part in this study. You may have purchased a trained dog. You may have trained a dog yourself. Your dog may have learned…See More
Since yesterday, our blog posts from TuDiabetes started getting included in Diabetes.AllTop.com, a site recently launched to feature the best of the "diabetic web," including posts from a very select group of diabetes bloggers and others sites.
The "Financial Assistance" page is in the works and will be live Wednesday, July 22. (that is the schedule) so in the meantme, I am asking folks to just "contact me" off the sos site! Pls do visit: http://www.supportersofsurvivors.com
Again, I completely understand your concern and have run into this issue in the past! That was why I messaged you a few weeks ago asking if we could set something up (and get your approval, upfront) but I never heard anything back, so I just figured I 'd go ahead.....if you still need some assurance that this is not a scam or some other internet crime I can provide the name and number of my contact guy who is the intermediary between me and sevral credit bureaus and banks, who do the serious financial work for us! Just let me know! Thanks!
Thanks for your good advice, won't make that mistake again.
I was just trying to help other fellow diabetes. From now on, I shall just make a comment
and paste a link. You are so right, less work for me too. Thank you.
So you have heard of Giving Tuesday, right? Maybe you have seen the hashtag: #GivingTuesday. If you are like me, confused by all of the messages pointing in different directions floating around social media, you may be wondering, “What is Read on! →
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