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24 Years with Diabetes

Today marks my 24th diabetes anniversary, my “diaversary.” It doesn’t really feel all that momentous. Next year’s 25 will be a big one, but this year just seems like another day. I’m glad I have gone another year without any new complications. But as I’m getting older and as I have been struggling with blood […]
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