We’d like to think that Medicine has all of the answers concerning diabetes. That’s warm and fuzzy but alas untrue. The truth is that at this point in time more questions are surfacing than answers and we really are at the beginning stages of discovery with more and more challenges to long-held beliefs. Continue reading
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About LizzyLouWhen I was diagnosed, I was told “you are diabetic”, given a prescription for some medication, and told to wait for a nurse to come in and give me an insulin shot. When I picked up the prescription I was given a 10-page booklet telling me “All About How to Mange Diabetes”, and sent on my way. That was the extent of my “education”. (More ...)
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