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> Great story.  I read long ago that child hold disease including mumps and
> measles can also have an impact for the attack on the beta cells of our
> pancreas. I was born in 1950 and we were still on a polio epidemic not to
> mention all the other diseases that were going aground during that time.  I
> got every measles, chic pox, mumps...and got the measles several times.....
> We were poor folks so we would only see the doctor when we had too.  In 1966
> I could pass the eye-exam to get my learner's permit to drive a car.  It was
> within six months after that is when I was treated for diabetes, Type 2.  It
> was a very difficult time for me going through high school living on a
> sandwich for lunch, a potato for dinner and no dessert except for fresh
> fruit.  That is the way we treated diabetes in the 50's.  Then my health
> went bad with weight lost and weakness.  I was going to college and working
> part time to make ends meet.  It was a very stressful time during my
> developing years as a teenager and becoming a young adult.  It was 1968 that
> I decided to switch doctors and see an endocrinologist of which he
> recommended that I go on insulin and start eating a person of my age but
> with some limitations. So I decided to begin injecting insulin.  The
> smartest thing I ever did.  I lived through the progression of technology
> treating diabetes with the inventions of new insulin, glucose monitors and
> now the pump. I have become a pumper for almost 6 weeks.  I like it and
> wished I had done so earlier.  I think it was more the cost and education
> that was holding me back.  I have been on several insulin studies and have
> learned a lot on how to count carbs, insulin ratios, sensitivity ratios...
> and more.  So I felt it was time for me to step up to the plate and become a
> pumper.  I chose the Animas Ping.  It was user friendly and if anyone tested
> as often as I do with glucose monitor (6-8 times per day) then the Ping was
> an easy transition.  My regular endocrinologist of 25 years finally retired
> so I chose a younger endo which was very knowledgeable and insulin pumps.  I
> asked her the question why should I go on a pump, and she simply said, "If
> she ever became a diabetic she certainly would chose a pump over taking
> multiple injections."  
> 
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> 
> From: email @ redacted
> [mailto:email @ redacted] On Behalf Of
> email @ redacted
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> Sent: Friday, June 12, 2015 7:09 AM
> 
> To: IP
> 
> Subject: [IP] chicken pox & trial for 100 year old vaccine
> 
> 
> 
> I had chic pox as a child 2 times in 1974 and 75 then was diagnosed w type 1
> ... I don't remember the exact month span but that is the basics ... I was 5
> when diagnosed w type 1 .... In reading below this confirms my belief that
> the chic pox kicked in my lovely disease I've had for over 40 years
> 
> 
> 
> Any thoughts? 
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> 
> 
> Michael Plinski
> 
> 360-281-0838
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