Ive been living with type 1 diabetes for 25 years and am ready for a cure. Ive been hearing a lot of rumors about stem cell research studies. Does any one know what I would need to do to be a candidate for a trial?View Thread
Hi Tammy. I am a type one diabetic x 25 years and I am an RN. If you have any particular questions I would be more than happy to answer them for you. Your child will be successful with this disease. I am 38 years old and I still have no other health problems as a result of this disease. IT CAN BE DONE. I do have alot I can share with you. So let me know if I can be of help!!!!View Thread
Tell dugan to hang in there. I am 38 y/o male in texas and Ive had it since I was 10. Let him know that there are people out there who understand and Im sure my wife and kids will tell you its not easy for them either, but know this, your support and encouragement are very important to him. I know it is difficult to handle for everyone involved. Hang in there family!!!!!!!!View Thread
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