THE STORY OF ONE FAMILY'S JOURNEY WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES AND CELIAC DISEASE.
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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Life For A Child Film

Please carve out 30 minutes of your time and make this film a priority TODAY.
Thank you.




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1 comment:

  1. As someone who lives with D, it's hard to see the conditions under which those families are trying to manage it. Sadly, I kept thinking that I will share the video, but I have doubts people who don't understand all that is required to manage D well will appreciate how those families are doing all they can with the resources they have, yet the D management is so poor since they don't have things like BG meters at home.

    Although, in the end, no matter what the circumstances we have, whether we have all the tech and supplies we need or it's the bare minimum like those families have, I think most people can't understand what it really means to live with T1.

    Thanks for posting this video, Wendy. When I saw the preview a long while back, I was frustrated that there wasn't a way to actually see it. I'm glad it's available now.

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