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RE: [IP] Type 1



Ginny and all

I have read it in numerous articles in either or both Diabetes Self
Management Magazine and or Diabetes Health (formerly Diabetes Interview)
Magazine. It does make a lot of sence that if you have the illness longer
(from a younger age) there is more time to damage the body from highs/lows,
besides all those hormone going wild with the BGs years.

As for the reason adult onset progresses slower, I do not recall the
reasoning, but I can tell you it was the case for me (took about 3 years to
end the honeymoon).

Best regards Mike Kurtis Type 1 at 54 using the paradygm 512 (pumping since
2001)
Original Message:
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From: Ginny Mingolla email @ redacted
Subject: [IP] Type 1


>Typically becoming type 1 later in life results in:
>1. less complications
>2. slower loss of insulin producing cells than happens to children who tend
>to become totally insulin dependent in much less time.

Wow, I did not know this. Where did you get this information?  I would love 
to read more.

Ginny  - Type 1 at age 47    Using a Paradigm 511 
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