My Life with Diabetes61 Years of Carb CountingThis book tells the inspiring story of how 12 year old Tony Huzzey, only 36 hours from death in 1950, was encouraged to fight back by accepting personal responsibility for the maintenance of his own health as an Insulin dependent diabetic. Now, some 50,000 self-administered injections later, he is the holder of the Diabetes UK Lawrence Medal (which is ...
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Publisher: Paragon Publishing (Rothersthorpe) (January 19, 2013)
Publication Date: January 19, 2013
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