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At 11:10am on December 14, 2010, Manny Hernandez said…

Clarence passed away Dec. 5, 2010. He was a devoted diabetes activist. Leave him a farewell message.

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…
Clarence
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.
Thanks
Kevin

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