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You may have noticed TuD hanging around the site. It's his 6th birthday this month, and his big international family of people with diabetes is growing. Our 6th birthday fundraising campaign is on! Every dollar you donate allows…"
The PRIMARY person in my life who has diabetes has
Type 1 or type 1.5 (LADA) diabetes
How do you hope to benefit from TuDiabetes?
October 6, 1993
Type of treatment/devices you use
Shots, Diet and Exercise
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Hi dear friends,
I am Youssef from Morocco !
Diabetic type 1 Insulin !
I have been taking care of myself and controling
my diabetes since I ....!
I love my life how it is !
Untel now I have no complications !
This site is very usefull ! Thanks !
You're welcome friends !
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You may have noticed TuD hanging around the site. It's his 6th birthday this month, and his big international family of people with diabetes is growing. Our 6th birthday fundraising campaign is on! Every dollar you donate allows TuDiabetes to reach 6 people touched by diabetes, giving them the opportunity to not be alone!
Please consider making a donation, as well as asking your friends and family to give what they can. TuD's birthday party will keep getting more guests as we raise more donations (see top of the home page). Let's help keep our family thriving and growing! Please share this message. Thanks!
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