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'I'm an expert in diabetes but living with it isn't always easy'


Im also a type one diabetic who in september will start my nursing training. Diabetes Uk may have used to be the best charity for you now but i seems to now be more conerned with the elderly and type two diabetes so recommendations need to be given to JDRF. I also have a pump which is amazing and i totally agree with you that most hospitals would not know what an insulin pump is and most people think its an ipod due to a tube. I also have a USB blood meter which automaticly records blood results and comes uo on the computer so no need for trying to write down results :)

Posted date

6 May, 2011

Posted time

12:21 pm