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Friday, February 06, 2009

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Noelyci Ingmann

Just to be clear, from a realism standpoint. Juvenille diabetes is a radically different disease then adult onset. Type 1 is a truly devastating thing to deal with and that's what the insulin pump is designed to give a taste of. There is no pill, there is no cure. It's a daily constant battle to manage. Type 2 is adult onset and usually has a different management schedule.

Having said that... this is fun education and I thank Hamlet for the idea. I think Nekos and LoLCatz would have to have type 'free' wouldn't they?

By the way, a portion of my profits (about 25%) from Ingmann Design Group go to support the JDRF. Their website is www.jdrf.org and they are truly the way to support if you're interested.

Thanks for the ping Hamlet, certainly appreciate it.

rikomatic

OMG that's so awesome and strange and cool. I'm getting one tonight!

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