Hello!
I'm a biginner in Insulin, will take my no.100 injection this morning, had my first on february 3... I feel sad reading about all of you who have to pay money for your diabetes medicine and blood testing things....makes me feel like a winner in the diabetes lottery who choosen the "right" country to be born in...
Hope you can understand my english!!
take care!!

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Comment by Gerri on March 24, 2012 at 12:16am

Your English is great! You are indeed fortunate to been born in a country that's civilized & views healthcare as a priority. Millions of people in the US have no health coverage. A disgrace.

Comment by jrtpup on March 24, 2012 at 5:27am

Welcome to the TuD family Lars. Your English is 100% better than my Swedish :) Hope you've had a chance to explore some of the site.

Yes, we may consider ourselves advanced as a nation but our healthcare system is pathetic.

Comment by Doris D on March 24, 2012 at 7:58am

WELCOME Lars!!!!! Ur english is great!!! I'm like jrtpup there it's 100% better than my Swedish (can't speak a word of it LOL)

Our health care sucks!!! Ok no more on that from me. LOL! Hope u like it here with us!

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