This post is long overdue. There are rumors of an actual trophy headed my way, and I was waiting for it to arrive before writing this. Maybe the engraver misspelled something and they had to start from scratch? It IS made out of the blood, sweat, and tears of exercising PWD’s, you know…
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Five spots open for free driving clinic specially designed for teens with diabetes (and their learner’s permit)! It’s happening in Tinley Park, IL next weekend (October 5th, 2013), and it looks awesome. Do you see some of the hot rods in these pictures? I’d love to get behind the wheel!
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Join me in Philly for the Insulindepence Philadephia Weekend (11/15 – 11/17)!
From their website:
Event Overview |
Our goal at the Philadelphia Weekend is to bring the active diabetes community together – in person – to partake in learning opportunities, camaraderie, and a variety of race distances [...]
The FDA would like to gain a better understanding of specific diseases.
Over the next five years they plan to conduct at least twenty patient meetings on a wide variety of diseases such as sickle cell, Parkinson’s, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, narcolepsy, and a handful more. But [...]Continue Reading →
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