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  1. Zazzy
    Zazzy November 12, 2011 at 8:09 am | | Reply

    Very interesting Wil! My grandma was diagnosed with diabetes by going into a coma with a blood sugar, iirc, of over 700. Looking back, it was almost certainly type 2 but I’m not sure we called it type 2 back in the early 70s or totally understood the differences. I remember the family rushing to Michigan where she was expected to die and your post makes me curious about what kind of coma she had and how far along her diabetes was when it was found. She died of complications only 18 months later. There’s no way to guess but it does make me very grateful for the medical advances since then.

  2. Habib
    Habib May 20, 2013 at 4:34 pm | | Reply

    what a stupid article , look like write to mack more confuse then to make understand , the writer is a person who write these kind of article not to teach but torture student or reader , just to show how difficult english or confuseing words .shame on the writer , i read this article to understand my condition but at the end did not , and got more conduse .

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