From the discussions I gather that there aren't very many type 1's in this community. Am I wrong? Although type 2 is also a burden and our food intake should be about the same, type 2 is an entirely different subject/game
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4 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:how many type 1's??From the discussions I gather that there aren't very many type 1's in this community. Am I wrong? Although type 2 is also a burden and our food intake should be about the same, type 2 is an entirely different subject/game
Report This| Share this:how many type 1's??There are only a few of us here. Any particular questions? If you are looking for more of a crowd I would check out either <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.diabetesdaily.com/forum/">Diabetes Daily</a> or <a rel="nofollow" href="http://juvenation.org/">Juvenation </a> There are a lot of T1s there. <br /><br />Cora
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