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Monday, October 15, 2012

Big Blue Test 2012



If a mother looked you in the eye and pleaded for you to use the access you have to technology to help her access the insulin necessary to keep her child alive...

If a young adult confided in you about fearing a life of complications, because they don't have enough insulin to help to avoid them...

If a disaster victim explained they had lost everything, and has since been unable to gather enough supplies to manage their blood sugars...

If someone told you that *YOU* could do something to help...
Would you do it?

You, who may or may not have diabetes.
You, who may or may not have a connection to diabetes.
You, who may or may not have stumbled upon this blog post
by nature of a random Internet cosmic collision.

If you are reading this post, 
then YOU have the means and capability to make a major impact in a global problem.

It won't cost you a dime.

And hardly any of your time.

Right here.
Right now.

YOU.  CAN.  HELP!

Do the Big Blue Test today.
And tomorrow.
And the next day.
And tell everyone you know to do it as well.
And tell them to do it tomorrow.
And the next day.
And tell them to tell everyone they know to do it as well...

See how this works?

We can make a difference.

So let's do it.



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1 comment:

  1. What if I can't cartwheel for 14 minutes? Or actually do any cartwheel at all?! :(

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While I'm happy to share our experiences with what works, and what doesn't work, for the management of Type 1 Diabetes and Celiac Disease in our house, please do not mistake anything you read here for medical advice. Decisions regarding your/your child's health care should be made only with the assistance of your medical care team. Use any information from this blog at your own risk.