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Nadia Al-Samarrie, Founder/Publisher

Feb 10, 2009

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Posted by Anonymous on 17 February 2009

Please tell us what has happened to Scott King. He was a vital part of your TV show and your magazine- just disappeared! Great insights and attitudes about being an intelligent and long-term diabetic. Is he OK?

Posted by Anonymous on 2 April 2009

Yeah -- where did he go?

Posted by hojk66 on 15 May 2009

Have anyone with neuropathy treated, are you all well? I'm a diabetes with neuropathy problem, current on medicine but still not be able to walk well and move to much.
I have also see on web-site there is a treatment name VEGF (in short). can give me some advise.

Posted by Anonymous on 29 May 2009

my husband suffers from neuropathy, and killing me to see him suffer.he is in great pain,can hardly walk. who can help?

Posted by Anonymous on 21 June 2009

i am 48 blood susar level 6.9 fasting suggest me what to do

Posted by Anonymous on 17 November 2009

I also suffer from poly neuropathy tty medifocus------and neuropathy.org-----
New drug out last november-- Nucynta has reallyt helped me.
november Nucynta

Posted by Anonymous on 5 March 2010

This is so funny.Four months ago my Dr. took me off Januvia and put me on MEtformin,when I opened the bottle the smell just hit me in the face, it was more like a fishy odor,it was differcult but it finished the 30day supply.
On my re-fill I noticed that the shape of the pills were different and no fishy odor.WHen I asked, they mentioned same drug, different generic.Everytime I refill I make sure it's the oval pill that says hcl on it and not the round.

Posted by adam33406 on 19 April 2010

Hi,

Im a Type 1 diabetic who is looking for a way to give back to the diabetic community , and wonder if you could steer me in the right direction


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