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  1. Vincent Ammirato
    Vincent Ammirato June 23, 2010 at 7:46 am | | Reply

    Before I did web design I was an educator (still am at nights) and this concept of game + education is exactly up my alley. How brilliant to make it into a game. My brother-in-law is a MD who works on non-surgical obesity treatments and I could see this easily translating across other areas.

    In fact, they may find a wider audience if they focused first on obesity but left it flexible enough to work with other diseases/conditions.

    Great job!

  2. Don
    Don June 23, 2010 at 2:03 pm | | Reply

    This is an inspired way to teach kids how to manage their diabetes, and it reminds kids that, properly cared-for, diabetes need not curtail joyous, full lives. Kudos. P.S. I also like the clever name-play on “insulin.”

  3. T1
    T1 June 23, 2010 at 4:49 pm | | Reply

    Cute! Three cheers for Sue Lin. but hmmm, an apple to treat a “very low” Bg? why not some juice? (something I have to work at — i.e. chew — never appeals to me when I’m low; I prefer easy ingestion!)

    Nice work. It’s also very exciting that we are realizing how impt it is to reach kids w T1.

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