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Finding the Accomplishments within Diabetes Management

A day behind but here is my post for day four of Diabetes Blog Week. We don’t always realize it, but each one of us had come a long way since diabetes first came into our life. It doesn’t matter if it’s been 5 weeks, 5 years or 50 years, you’ve done something outstanding diabetes-wise. […]
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