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    dgarner11 posted:
    With this thread we can post links to articles or web sites on what type 1 diabetes is and how it differs from the more common type 2.

    I will add as I come across, and please add anything you may have!

    http://www.diabetes.ca/about-diabetes/living/just-diagnosed/type1/

    http://www.jdrf.ca/index.cfm?fuseaction=home.viewpage&page_id=0CFB0714-D788-2C84-B4E260715D6CB27F

    diabetes.webmd.com/guide/diabetes_symptoms_types

    www.webmd.com/video/kahn-understanding-diabetes-types-1-2
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    JoanPartner responded:
    My wife gets a lot out of the American Diabetes Association message board for Adult Type I:
    http://connect.diabetes.org/forums/Group3829.aspx


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