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At 9:58pm on December 13, 2010, nel said…

A great Tu member welcoming new members , a proud Lion , always his heart in the right place , a dedicated volunteer for the restoration of the Banting Homestead  ...he will be missed . My condolences to his Family .

At 5:00am on December 4, 2010, Jeffrey M said…
Hello again Clarence. I was at the Canadian Diabetes Association to do begin my volunteering and I saw your picture up on the wall. You're famous!
At 5:07pm on December 1, 2010, peaches said…
I am now taking care of a 5, 3 years old and a 5 month old baby. how can I include exercises in my day. I am worn out when they leave. HELP!!!!!
At 5:04pm on December 1, 2010, peaches said…
Hi Clarence, Sometimes I feel sorry for myself, but most of the time I feel great. I am so glad some of the oldtimers will help us newbes along. Thanks for being one of my friends.
At 7:02am on November 29, 2010, Susie said…
Hi Clarence! Yeah, I've had this for a while but feel it has really made me as a person.. Only complications have been gasteoparesis, which is gone, and a heart attack at 39, and that may have been due to other things. Which type are you and what do you do for fun? Sue
At 8:04pm on November 23, 2010, Pazman said…
Hello Clarence: my son is a type 1 diabetic, and I thought I'd help with posts for him. He is a pumper, using the Omnipod.
At 6:20pm on November 20, 2010, Leilani said…
Thanks Clarence for the invite. . . and I look forward to being your friend!
At 4:28pm on November 16, 2010, Jeffrey M said…
Hello again. I am not sure about starting a foundation or anything. However, if you know of any foundation in need of a volunteer in Toronto. I am more than willing to help out anywhere I can.
At 9:33am on November 16, 2010, DiabeticDave said…
Hello Clarence
At 8:42am on November 16, 2010, NKSharma said…
U r really a source of inspiration for w diabetic persons. I am a diabetic for past 27 years.Never fell sick. I am very regular in exercise, maintain my food timings and insulin doses.After retirement as a Professor in 2005, i am still working. I believe a diabetic person should work more than a normal person.
At 10:03pm on November 15, 2010, Chas73 said…
Hi Clarence, glad to meet you. Thanks for the welcome. Sounds like you been through it in your life time.
At 8:19am on November 15, 2010, conniem said…
Thank you for your comment and support. I will look up the website you posted. I think a support group would be great.
At 7:30pm on November 14, 2010, Leilani said…
Thanks Clarence for your enthusiasm and for being a great Role Model! Your website looks nice too! And . . . most of all I like your shirt!
At 5:43pm on November 14, 2010, Jeffrey M said…
Thank you for the add as a friend. You sir are a role model and a fine example of how diabetes may be controlled over time. Oh and where did you get that shirt? Because it is pretty wicked.
At 2:38am on November 10, 2010, Lisa said…
SSDI is social security (I have Multiple Sclerosis). Keep me posted on meetings. I have an idea of where we could do it. There is a New Season's that has a nice big round table.
At 7:15pm on October 8, 2010, The Vic said…
Thanks Clarence for your offering your friendship...
At 1:55pm on October 7, 2010, Trevcro said…
Thank you Clarence for the welcome message.
At 1:48pm on October 2, 2010, The Diabetic Welfare Queen said…
You inspire me to keep going. :))) Thanks for being a member of TuD.
At 9:12am on October 2, 2010, kirla said…
Thanks for the welcome and friend request. Not sure if I have anything to offer or not. I took some time and joined a few groups. Will see if it leads to anything. Always looking for info and like reading about how people control their blood sugar. I find there’s always something new to learn. Last year I went for a physical. The first in about 10 years. The doctors office called and I got the bad news. Well I did some research and made some changes to my diet and my blood sugar dropped fast. 4-6 weeks and my numbers were almost normal levels. I couldn’t tolerate the meds and haven’t had to take any for about a year and a half now. Been doing great for a while now. Just hope my luck lasts.
At 7:16am on September 29, 2010, greeneggsandham said…
Wow! thank you so very much for emailng me!!!! I am definitely interested in keeping in touch. My 16 y.o. was diagnosed this month and we're still struggling. We are extremely fortunate to have the Charles H. Best centre in Whitby. I've been doing tons of reading, and really haven't had much time to figure this site out, but so glad you emailed me. Please keep in touch at I want to learn more about your endeavours and how I can help .




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