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Sometimes I think we in the diabetes community, especially where technology and type 1 is involved, think way too goddamn small.
In particular, I am thinking of the response to the UHC/Medtronic announcement last wee. Heather over at The Chronic Scholar has an excellent breakdown […]
© 2015 Scott Strange, Strangely Diabetic and http://StrangelyDiabetic.com
When I posted last (Semicolons), I remarked how hard it was for me to actually push the publish button and that resistance has bothered me.
I first read about the Semicolon Project in June and I found it very intriguing and started thinking about getting […]
I’ve written before about the shame I used to feel about having survived so long with Type 1 diabetes. Surviving while basically ignoring it for 4 decades. Surviving while so many didn’t or who’ve developed complications and worked so much harder at it than I did.
But that is a personal shame, one that I […]
Actually, it’s been a damn long while since I posted anything here. Good things are happening advocacy wise, I was named to the 2014 Medicine X Honor Roll and I’ll be part of a panel discussion on patient generated data at Health Datapalooza in May. The kind folks over at DSMA Live invited me over […]
At Medicine X I had the fortunate experience of being on a panel moderated by Carly Medosch on the topic of invisible pain and how it can affect people. My pain, caused by depression, really isn’t viewed as a debilitating pain by most people.
I was fully expecting to hear things like “You don’t deserve […]