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Lung Cancer 101: Prevention, Screening & Treatment

In 2014, an estimated 159, 260 people will die of lung cancer. Lung cancer is by far the leading cause of cancer-related deaths among both men and women. Each year, more people die of lung cancer than of colon, breast and prostate cancers combined. In honor of Lung Cancer Awareness Month, take advantage of this [...]

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Understanding Diabetes Tests

Diabetes is tricky because even before you notice symptoms, high blood sugar can damage parts of your body. So, why wait until you recognize the symptoms? Be proactive and find out your blood sugar levels before they become problematic—this could save you a lot of trouble in the future! To find out if you have [...]

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Nicki Young

I would like to thank Dr. Chamberlain and Emily Gilgen, diabetes educator at the St. Mark’s Diabetes Center, for helping me so much over the past two years in managing my Type 1 Diabetes.  They have answered every question I ask, share good information, and their help has been invaluable. I was diagnosed 46 years [...]

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Jenell Wilson

I was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes when I was four years old. While under the supervised-care on my mom, I was a perfect diabetic. But when I hit my teenage years, things went downhill, fast. My A1C jumped to a 14%. I hardly tested my blood sugar and I did maybe one shot of [...]

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Living with Diabetes

Being told you have diabetes can be really overwhelming! There can be a lot to learn but it can help to realize you have a great deal of control over your health and your future by decisions you make each day. It is possible to live a full and healthy life with diabetes. Here are [...]

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