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Diabetes: It’s More Than What You Know

Oh type 1 diabetes? That’s just injecting before every meal right? Wrong. It’s up to eight daily insulin injections or an insulin pump clamped to your body 24 hours a day both with continuous finger picks. It’s watching your child battling something that you will never fully understand. It’s reading everything available on this disease […]
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