1. Great list, Frank, and I will have a hard time thinking of new ones tomorrow in the US. With Diabetes Blog Week coming up soon, it will be a year since I “met” you online. You and your blog have grown exponentially in the last year! I Wish People Knew that Diabetes has introduced me to wonderful people all around the world.

  2. I love the list Frank. It is an amazing potential tweet list. I bet some folks (ok me) will be using this for their effort .

    I referred your blog to the TUDiabetes blog page for the week of April 18, 2016.

  3. Lynnard Denton

    I wish more people knew that they can deal with diabetes for much of their lives. May 10 will mark 55 years since I was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. Back then my doctor gave me a large glass syringe, a large needle and a whetrock to sharpen the needle with, and slow-acting insulin. I am thankful that so much progress in treating diabetes has been made since then. Your blog reflects much of that progress.

  4. Yes Lynnard, I agree. In October I celebrate my 68th anniversary as a Type 1. Two of my siblings were Type 1 also, but they both died from diabetic complications. I had it the longest, and I have done the best. I have written a book about what I do to get and stay healthy everyday. It is in Kindle, “Designing your Diabetes Wellness Plan, 10 Proven Principles to a Healthier Lifestyle”. Mary

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