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Other Social Issues from 2008

  1. How can I get my son to get involved with groups or other children who have diabetes? (27 Aug 2008)
  2. My niece, who is now staying with me, doesn't take care of her diabetes. What kind of help is there out there that can help us deal with this? (17 Jul 2008)
  3. Do you support a public school requiring diabetic students to submit to a blood glucose test whenever the principal requests, for discipline purposes, specifically, before the student is investigated? (26 Jun 2008)
  4. Is there a facility in the U.S. where my friend's son can go for help with diabetes, substance abuse and alcoholism? (20 Apr 2008)
  5. My child, who is in mom's custody, has wildly fluctuating blood sugars. Should I push the doctor to call Child Protective Services? Or, is there a way to get the doctor involved with changing custody? (10 Mar 2008)
  6. How can I convince the doctors that I am doing all in my power to take care of my daughter's diabetes, that her high A1c was due to a malfunctioning meter and puberty? (29 Jan 2008)

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