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  1. Meri
    Meri July 6, 2011 at 8:52 am | | Reply

    Thankful to have this resource! I will eventually be sending 3 boys with T1 to college. Knowing they will have a group of their peers to support them will ease my mind. Thank you!

  2. June S
    June S July 6, 2011 at 5:45 pm | | Reply

    What a wonderful resource! I was diagnosed at age 16, and went through my honeymoon period during Freshman year of college (though we had no meters and depended upon urine testing in the college dorm. Yuck!) There was no internet when I was in college, and therefore no DOC. Kudos to Nicole Johnson for coming up with a way of supporting

  3. Chelx @ boojeebeads.com
    Chelx @ boojeebeads.com July 7, 2011 at 1:00 am | | Reply

    This is a very helpful site especially with those who have kids that will be studying far from home. Keep this UP! :D

  4. Stoyan
    Stoyan July 7, 2011 at 3:36 pm | | Reply

    Very good post. Yes, life with diabetes in college can be extremely stressful. You are faced with many choices and decisions, but as tempting as it may be sometimes to go the other direction, you should always make sure your health comes first.

    - Stoyan
    Associate Editor
    JDCA http://thejdca.org/Beliefs.html

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