Last weekend I bumped into an old friend.
I don’t even know how to properly convey the gratitude I have for Dr. Robert Larson. He is the pediatric endocrinologist that took care of me and my diabetes for nearly twenty years as I was growing up. Starting with me at age six or seven, going [...]Continue Reading →
Spending four days in the hospital, learning how to check blood sugars and give shots, Lisa watched her little guy finally smile again. He had been the moodiest little boy, and now she understood why.
They [...]Continue Reading →
Thirty years ago I was peeing on test strips to assess my diabetes management (a revolution for those who had to use a chemistry kit). Within the next few years I was measuring my blood sugar instead of urine, and had machines that spit an actual number at me. A relevant, actionable number as current as the two minutes [...]Continue Reading →
How many of you have heard of Ginger Vieira?
I guarantee that not enough of you have, and I’m going to shout her praises from the highest rooftop I can find.
Ginger was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes and celiac in 1999. Besides being an absolute angel, Ginger is a professional [...]Continue Reading →
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