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March 18, 2011


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Linda Garrett

How can this possibly be considered as an option? Diabetic children are so fragile, careful monitoring is the only way to keep them safe! All diabetic individuals are are at risk when not carefully monitored, but to put children at risk is unconscionable.

Judith Morotn

Just to clarify that the opinion piece is discussing a Washington STATE program, not a federal one.

Wendy S. Harpham, M.D.

Thank you for the clarification. The post has been corrected. Wendy


Thanks for shared your suggestion. Diabetes affects the secretion of insulin, the hormone that metabolizes sugar, and most children with type 1 diabetes take multiple daily injections of insulin or use insulin pumps.

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