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Patients for Clinical Research

© 2014 Scott Strange, Strangely Diabetic and http://StrangelyDiabetic.com

I’ve recently accepted a Community Leader position with a start-up, Patients for Clinical Research, whose goal is to is to make clinical research accessible to all who can benefit from or take part in the research process. Our mission statement:

Patients [...]

Mourning, Trauma, and the Attack of the Killer T-cells – A Guest Post

** Today’s post is from a friend of mine, Dan Fleshler. Dan is a long-time veteran of Type 1 diabetes. He’s recently started blogging and I really enjoy his posts and story-telling style. Take a look and I’ll bet you like it too!

What caused killer t-cells to attack the beta cells in my pancreas, [...]

The Referee In My Head

© 2013 Scott Strange, Strangely Diabetic and http://StrangelyDiabetic.com

A few months ago I wrote about trying mindfulness, especially when dealing with emotional situations. It’s helping I think and I find myself applying it to things that aren’t considered “emotions”.

Such as confusion. Right now, I’m managing a FDA Software Validation project. We are [...]

Silly Questions

© 2013 Scott Strange, Strangely Diabetic and http://StrangelyDiabetic.com

I had an eye appointment the other day and as the nurse was taking vitals as such, one of the questions she asked was “What’s was the range of your glucose readings in the last 30 days?”

I hate questions like that. Personally, I really [...]

#Hashtag Abuse – Marketing It Into The Grave

© 2013 Scott Strange, Strangely Diabetic and http://StrangelyDiabetic.com

Hash tags are wonderful things on Twitter. Used to “brand” a discussion revolving around some central topic. They make it easier to find information of interest. They also make finding people with similar interests simpler, remember that is what social media is all about: Connecting [...]