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RE: [IP] The teacher learns a lesson


If Type I is defined as the body producing under a certain amount of 
insulin, how long does it take for the beta cells to die off?

rhetorical question: Type II or catching it earlier; before the beta cells 
are enough gone to be considered type I?????

Jim S.
email @ redacted

At 12:26 PM 9/10/01 -0400, you wrote:
>Hi Pixie:
>I know that there are other reasons why children develop type II diabetes...
>However, it is becoming an alarming epidemic of children developing Type 
>II for the reasons I previously listed....and I know it's not the child's fault
>if they are being fed junk food, however, if you catch kids in middle
>school, they are old enough to make wiser choices about what they are 
>eating and how much exercise they do get...a lot of this can be avoided 
>and should be avoided....
>As we all well know, D is not something to be fooling with.
>Kathy Bruckmeyer
>email @ redacted
>diab 35 yrs pumping 12/00
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