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Re: [IP] Re:diabetes and impaired mental function



I spoke to my endo about this subject and she said that a person would
have to have several severe hypos before it would impair learning.  And
this doesn't mean that you experience some lo's over the course of many
years. 

email @ redacted wrote:
> 
> To all those who posted that diabetes can have a permanent negative effect
> on learning capability, I have one thing to say:
> 
> BULLHOCKY! And I speak from 47 years of Type 1 experience.  Ciao.
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