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    Support for Canadians
    DiabetesinCanada posted:
    For anyone living in Canada looking for a great resource, check out the Diabetes Care Community at:

    The site allows you to connect with other Diabetics in Canada and offers advice on a range of topics.

    Check it out! I think many of you in this community will find it useful.
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    Anon123567 responded:
    clicked that this resource was helpful, but changed my mind.

    the description of type 1 diabetes is not only incomplete but totally wrong
    MrsCora01 replied to Anon123567's response:
    I agree. What a lame description of T1. It keeps talking about T2 instead.

    T1 1966, Dialysis 2001, kidney transplant and pump 2002, pancreas transplant 2008

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