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Re: [IP] (no subject)



Identifying it early tho and keeping a close watch on things is good too .
Too many people end up in the hospital , or with a DKA , or possibly
(rarely, I hope)
death.
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Subject: [IP] (no subject)


> From: <A HREF="mailto:email @ redacted">email @ redacted</A>
> > Actually, my daughter was 7 when they screened her.The earlier you can >
> identify it, the more organ damage may be avoided.Susan
>
> Susan, my son was 15 months old at diagnosis.  He's now 14.  I don't think
> the fact that we identified it that early means we'll avoid more organ
> damage.  We do the best we can each day...that's all we can do at this
point.
>
>
> Very sincerely yours,
> Ellen H. Ullman
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