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Tight Control from 2001

  1. My 13 year old son has type 1 diabetes. What is the sugar level range that my son should maintain for insuring a normal, complication-free long life? (13 Oct 2001)
  2. Why three months ago did I have a leaky blood vessel in my eye when, for the past five years, my A1c's have all been under 7.2%? (15 Aug 2001)
  3. When my daughter is with her mother, her blood sugar spikes. How long will it take for serious irreparable damage begins happening in her body? (29 Jul 2001)
  4. If my girlfriend's sugar levels remain under control, will she still develop the complications later on in life? (13 Jul 2001)
  5. Can you please tell me if my hemoglobin A1c tests are okay and what I need to do to prevent complications and lead a full and healthy life? (2 Jul 2001)
  6. My 10 year old daughter recently had an A1c of 5.9%. Is this too low? (29 Jan 2001)
  7. My 82 year old mother has metastatic lung cancer and is expected to live less than a year. For the time she has left why not let the ranges vary? (12 Jan 2001)
  8. I am 29 now and am realizing the limitations of mortality, etc. Essentially, I want to see my children grow old and am worried. (4 Jan 2001)

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