2 Comments on Kaiser Permanente Teaches Sheaffer Skadsen to Manage Her Juvenile Diabetes

  1. Gina

    May 16th, 2013

    Sheaffer,

    I enjoyed your interview. But more important I am happy to hear you are living your life to the fullest.

    I am also living with diabetes, 37+ years and still counting! Our own mindset, medical support team and family and friends are key.

    You may find the following book of interest.
    http://www.amazon.com/There-Something-about-Gina-Flourishing/dp/0988606801/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top

    Best

  2. Roberta Bonner

    May 15th, 2013

    I was interested in this article, because our grandaughter has diabetes. Not easy, for her. She has problems controling her sugars and taking care of herself. So I am always willing to read articles and to listen to others who have are or have had problems control he sugars. I am looking for postive things that I might say or do to helper. granddaughterdiabetes. a;s been di


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