VIETNAM VETERANS WITH DIABETES

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12 Comments

Reply Sarah Howard
12:04 PM on June 13, 2011 
I am in touch with a number of Vietnam Vets exposed to agent orange who subsequently developed type 1 diabetes. They are having trouble getting the VA to reimburse their supplies, since they do not have type 2 diabetes. Please email me if you are also in this position.
Thanks
Sarah Howard, www.diabetesandenvironment.org
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Reply Tina Kaetzel
9:53 AM on May 31, 2011 
Thank you Randall for inviting the American Diabetes Association, Indiana Area to join you all and making us aware of your organization. Let us know if you need any education materials! We would love the group to form a Step Out Walk team, take a look www.diabetes.org/indywalk
Reply Randall W Brown
9:35 AM on March 27, 2011 
To all, we want you to pass along our website. Thanks so much for your help.
Reply Randall W Brown
11:17 AM on November 18, 2010 
We have posting daily. Always passing Veterans info along.
Reply Randall W Brown
3:00 PM on November 12, 2010 
Bill,
Thanks for great analogy. We like your insight and help. I am in Oklahoma City for TCOYD Conference. Will have a booth for Vietnam Veterans With Diabetes.
Randall
Reply Randall W Brown
2:59 PM on November 12, 2010 
Bill King says...
Living well with diabetes is all about knowing the enemy and choosing your weapons carefully! Some people with diabetes treat their life with diabetes simularly to the way the US government treated the war in Vietnam! If you want to win the war - fight with the urgency that your life depends on it! Do everything possible to gain glycemic control. The greatest weapon in your arsenal is your attitude! Believe that you will win by studying your enemy - diabetes. Use activity every chance you can to optimize your insulin sensitivity, enhance your cardiovascular network and more importantly, reenforce your spirit that you are in it to win it!
Reply Bill King
8:16 AM on November 11, 2010 
Living well with diabetes is all about knowing the enemy and choosing your weapons carefully! Some people with diabetes treat their life with diabetes simularly to the way the US government treated the war in Vietnam! If you want to win the war - fight with the urgency that your life depends on it! Do everything possible to gain glycemic control. The greatest weapon in your arsenal is your attitude! Believe that you will win by studying your enemy - diabetes. Use activity every chance you can to optimize your insulin sensitivity, enhance your cardiovascular network and more importantly, reenforce your spirit that you are in it to win it!
Reply Randall W Brown
10:13 AM on November 7, 2010 
Post some comments from you members. We need your input.
Reply Randall W Brown
5:53 PM on October 10, 2010 
[Steven Edelman]
Hello gang
Thanks. This is our Breakfast Group starting this website. You were our inspiration and motivation to do something positive for Vietnam Veterans With Diabetes.
Reply Steven Edelman
2:29 PM on October 10, 2010 
Hello gang