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  1. My Book and Interview on diabetesmine.com

    [...] My Book and Interview on diabetesmine.com Allison Blass has read my book and she interviewed me via a series of emails. Amy Tenderich was very kind to post the article and interview on her wonderful website diabetesmine.com today. Here is the link: Beating the Odds with Richard Vaughn: Over Half a Century of Diabetes – DiabetesMine: the all thing… [...]

  2. 'dolpindude' David bishop
    'dolpindude' David bishop April 6, 2010 at 11:30 am | | Reply

    Richard as a reader of your post on dlife and a reader of the rough draft of many of the chapters of your life, i wish that many of the people in my life had your stamina and attitude towards their diabetes. you have been an inspiration to me and others. thnks you very much for sharing your life with us.

  3. dargirl
    dargirl April 6, 2010 at 1:47 pm | | Reply

    Richard, I look forward to reading your book. Many times I have read your comments on TuDiabetes.

    Thanks for sharing.

  4. Terri
    Terri April 6, 2010 at 2:51 pm | | Reply

    I really enjoyed reading your book Richard. I so admire your perseverance and strength. Your wit and gentle humor in the book and in the online boards combined with the valuable knowledge and advice that you share is priceless. Thank you.

  5. Richard Vaughn
    Richard Vaughn April 6, 2010 at 5:48 pm | | Reply

    Amy, you are a fantastic blogger and I love reading here on your wonderful site. I never dreamed that anyone would write such a fantastic blog about little old me. I am trying to reach out and inspire other diabetics to take good care of themselves and live long, healthy lives. You have helped me achieve that goal. Six copies of my book have beeen sold since this blog appeared. That is twice as many as were sold on any prior date. Thanks so very much!!

    P.S I appreciate seeing you on diabetesconnect.com.

  6. anonlurkermom
    anonlurkermom April 6, 2010 at 7:19 pm | | Reply

    I have met many people with diabetes diagnoised in the days when you had to go to the hospital to have a vial drawn and they called a week later with the results. Some have had every complication known and others are complication free. I must believe base line genes play a part. but. Kudos Richard!

  7. Scott K. Johnson
    Scott K. Johnson April 6, 2010 at 11:25 pm | | Reply

    Thank you for sharing so much of yourself with so many Richard! You have a fantastic story to share, and one that provides so much hope for so many of us.

  8. Richard Vaughn
    Richard Vaughn April 7, 2010 at 4:41 pm | | Reply

    David, dargirl, Terri, anonlurkermom and Scott….thanks for your kind words.

  9. Kristin
    Kristin April 7, 2010 at 11:23 pm | | Reply

    Thanks for featuring Richard! He is such an inspiration to all of us.

    Reading the c-peptide comment at the end renewed my drive to “find me some c-peptide”. Please!!!

  10. Steve
    Steve April 8, 2010 at 3:05 pm | | Reply

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    Before the nurse leaves, I always ask how to help with cleaning Mom’s skin and catheter to ensure that the she receives quality care at all times.

    This website has been a big help with information. Thanks for sharing! Tom Garrand, Manteca, California.

  11. Steve Parker, M.D.
    Steve Parker, M.D. April 8, 2010 at 8:01 pm | | Reply

    I started my medical career in the 1980s and well-remember the realization back then that few type 1s lived past 55. I am overjoyed to see how much better it is now.

    -Steve

  12. OL
    OL April 12, 2010 at 1:03 pm | | Reply

    I have been reading up on Richard Vaughn and enjoyed his story very much. I will be adding his book to my website to get his story out to many more people.

    Thanks!

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