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  1. Cherise Shockley
    Cherise Shockley March 4, 2014 at 5:36 pm | | Reply

    Amy-

    Thank you for participating in the blog carnival. I enjoyed reading your post, but one of the main takeaways for me is when you said,” The way I personally see it, simply sharing your story and connecting with someone else living with this illness may be the purest form of patient advocacy.” I agree with that statement 100%.

  2. Alyson Cheatha,
    Alyson Cheatha, March 4, 2014 at 11:08 pm | | Reply

    I think it’s so interesting that as a parent to a T1D we all of a sudden become advocates. Not that I was before my son was diagnoses, but certainly after his diagnosis I find a new found need and desire to cure this God awful disease with every fiber of my being. Thank you for all that you all do, and again thank you for featuring my blog in January! I certainly appreciate the support, and the advocacy that you all promote! :)

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