Cancer is your cells attacking each other. That seems to be the current take on diabetes. Sort of like "friendly fire." I went through a couple of years of lymphoma treatments - surgery, chemo. I'm fine and dandy right now. My friends got the book What to Eat When You've got Cancer. They made recipes for me to put in freezer. Made life much easier. The book could have been written by ADA.
I had great care from a oncologist who knew about diabetes and keeping it level. Mostly simply taking lots of tests. A friend recently went through radiation and a more intense chemo treatment. Anyone have experience with that? I imagine it takes a toll on glucose levels.
Someone recently suggested a link between cancer, immune disease, and diabetes. I don't buy it. Am I wrong?