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Re: [IP] Heart Attacks and Diabetes



HI Readers:

  I am not a promo spot here.  I bring hope for those of you who are worried
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Laura
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jacob and Bridget" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Tuesday, May 21, 2002 6:56 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] Heart Attacks and Diabetes


> I too, found the thread on this subject intriguing but, I think its too
> depressing.  I am 24 almost 25 years old..had diabetes for 14 years and on
> pump for 1 1/2 years.  I am in much better control than I was before the
> pump. My mother also has diabetes for 30 years and she has had 3 heart
> attacks and had some problems.  I feel sometimes like things are
> "inevitable" but, isn't exercise, low fat diet, good control mean
something
> against heart disease? Can I get a witness in here?
>
> I don't know I guess it just seems a huge uphill battle and not a  lot of
> hope.  The last time I heard some hope on diabetes was when the DCCT trial
> came out...but even that is questionable.  Some people say NO matter what
> you will get complications and Die from diabetes...
>
> who to believe?
>
> thanks
> jake chojnacki
> Chicago IL
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