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I am not a licensed medical professional. Please seek medical guidance from a licensed professional before making any treatment adjustments. My views are in no way intended to represent the official guidance of the companies and products discussed here, nor to replace treatment from your licensed medical professional(s).
In the spirit of transparency, professional relationships will always be disclosed here and in related blog posts.
I have accepted gifts/products for review from various companies/entities. Blog posts are always written from my own perspective, and receipt of products will always be disclosed in related blog posts.
I attended Stanford Medicine X (#MedX) 2015 on a partial ePatient scholarship.
I have served on MedicAlert’s member advisory board.
Dr. Denise Faustman and her team at Massachusetts General Hospital’s Faustman Lab have stolen my heart. I have contributed my prayers, time, blood, urine, and financial resources towards Dr. Faustman’s valiant efforts to cure type 1 diabetes. Please learn more at FaustmanLab.org.
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I believe strongly in helping, rather than hurting, on my blog and in diabetes online discussions in general. Praise for one company/product/service is not necessarily meant to downplay the treatment viability of any competitor(s), rather it is an articulation of my own diabetes story.