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Re: [IP] Re:not regulated yet

Yep- you are right we all have to die of something. Hope this chemo works for
me. I am slowly dying now..I am 49. maybe will be having a bone marrow
transplant. I am not feeling real good today and I am crabby if you can tell..
But as long as I am still here I have life and prefer to think of that right
now instead of death..have had enough of that in my family over the past year.

At 05:49 PM 4/7/99 , you wrote:
>Ginny Kloth wrote:
>> Well darned if we do and darned if we done'.
>> So why should we worry about taking care of our hearts by keeping BGs under
>> control when insulin will damage the heart instead.
>> Where can i read medical studies on this, please?
>> Might as well just throw away the insulin and let nature take its course.
>Hang on a sec. It's not insulin per se, but HIGH circulating amounts of
>insulin that MAY damage the heart and arteries. And even THAT's not
>proven, particularly, -- it may be a coincidental factor with something
>else that's doing damage in insulin-resistant people. 
>This is an idea still in its infancy -- no one knows, as yet, what
>exactly is going on -- it's a hypothesis at best!
>Don't get all bent out of shape about it -- you and everyone else are
>going to die of SOMETHING, and since we don't know if we're gonna get
>hit by a bus tomorrow, I think best to concentrate on quality of life
>right NOW, with a prudent but not extreme view toward preventing things
>that MIGHT happen later. So take your insulin, control your BGs and
>concentrate on enjoying life one day at a time!!!
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