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  1. Stephanie Bradford
    Stephanie Bradford February 20, 2014 at 7:16 am | | Reply

    I just checked out the travel website– doe the “travel safe” calculator automatically take time zones/time changes into account?

  2. David Kerr M.D. To Lead Sansum in New Wave of Diabetes Innovation - Sansum Diabetes Research Institute

    [...] We talked with David to get the scoop (in his fetching Scottish accent, I should add): Click here for the rest of the [...]

  3. Sarah Ferguson
    Sarah Ferguson February 28, 2014 at 1:30 am | | Reply

    Good luck Dr Kerr and well done Sansum for securing a great and innovative expert resource.

  4. Karen Harper
    Karen Harper October 10, 2014 at 6:52 am | | Reply

    I had the pleasure of hearing Professor David Kerr, MD speak to the medical staff and Resident Physicians at Santa Barbara Cottage Health System yesterday. The talk was about Hypoglycemia. I am an RN and have lived with Type1 Diabetes for 37 years (since I was 14) and I am lucky to have no complications thus far. I use a pump and CGM.
    A lot of what Dr. Kerr spoke about I knew, but his knowledge, caring, passion and empathy came across. I learned more about the physiology of hypoglycemia and recognizing the stages.
    He talked about the difficulties of living with Type1 Diabetes and the myriad of challenges we face everyday and night!
    I came out of the lecture feeling validated in every sense and inspired to learn much more about how to take care of myself even more.
    Dr. Kerr was born in Dumfries, Scotland, also my hometown and we had a chuckle about that.

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