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Iron & Diabetes: An Overview

Iron & Diabetes: An Overview

In This Issue:

  • Iron Patients - Their Own Stories SCA - Claudette Goulbourne
  • The Genetic Counseling Corner
  • Staff & Volunteer Profiles: Cheryl Mellan & Jim Hines Iron Patients - Their Own Stores: 5 Links to Diabetes
  • Our Rising Investigator: Hereditary Hemochromatosis - Sierra Randall
  • Diabetes: idInsight Reprint: Shaving and Filings, Minority Health Issue Update: Sheila Dogan

Download this IssueIn Touch-March-April, 2007.pdf

2 comments (Add your own)

1. Zavrina wrote:
Wait, I cannot fathom it being so stargihtofrwrad.

Mon, October 24, 2011 @ 4:23 AM

2. Angelica wrote:
Yes.Those symptoms only occur druing high blood sugar.However, low blood sugar comes with other symptoms: shaking, mood swings (personally, i have to fight back tears xD), nervousness, extreme fatigue, desperate hunger, fogginess, dizziness, sweating. Those are my symptoms but other people experience other things.Low blood sugar is MUCH more noticeable than High Blood sugar, you only usually have high blood sugar symptoms when you're above 300.

Sat, August 18, 2012 @ 1:19 PM

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