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Re: [IP] Re: damage from lows



Sometimes the proof is in what people have seen happen in thier own
families, with thier friends etc. I can tell you about numerous cases..
BTW, We are not textbook cases or even studies. Stuides only show so much
and they can be flawed.
Ginny

At 02:10 PM 6/9/99 -0400, you wrote:
>> Date: Sat, 5 Jun 1999 19:33:50 -0400
>> From: "Paula Berketo" <email @ redacted>
>> Subject: Re: [IP] Re: damage from lows; cake and forgiveness
>>
>> The answer to the original question, is yes, I have heard and been told
>> that too many severe lows lead to brain damage.
>
>I'm gonna go upstairs and re-watch my video of the unmasking of the DCCT
results.
>I'm 95% sure that the results did not indicate any long term effects of
low blood
>sugars (assuming we're not talking about lows involving seizures and loss of
>consciousness).  I'll get back to you on this one.
>
>I've now read about 10 responses saying that diabetes does different types of
>damage.  However, no one has cited specific research to back this up.  No
offense,
>but I'm not willing to take this at people's word.  Where's the proof???
>Jen
>
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