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Discussion in 'Events' started by HOBIE, May 9, 2019.

  1. HOBIE

    HOBIE Well-Known Member

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    There is a meet at Durham Uni for T1s in a few weeks. :cool:
     
  2. HOBIE

    HOBIE Well-Known Member

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    New college at Durham. Near Aycleheads in June;)
     
  3. HOBIE

    HOBIE Well-Known Member

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    Prof Shaw is talking from Newcastle Uni :cool:
     
  4. Matt Cycle

    Matt Cycle Well-Known Member

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  5. HOBIE

    HOBIE Well-Known Member

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    Thank you Matt, That's the baby ! I have got my reg done. Professor Shaw puts a good show on & makes a lot of sense. (stem cells & trans- plants) :cool:;)
     
  6. HOBIE

    HOBIE Well-Known Member

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    I have got my friend registered too. I was diagnosed 1966 & him !960. Odd bod couple ? :D
     
  7. rebrascora

    rebrascora Well-Known Member

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    I haven't got the results of my Type 1 testing yet but wonder if it might be useful to me. It is only 25 mins away so pretty much on the doorstep. Will get in touch with my Practice nurse this week and see if they have an update on my results, so that I can then perhaps register for it.
     
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  8. HOBIE

    HOBIE Well-Known Member

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    You Will learn something !. Good luck :)
     
  9. HOBIE

    HOBIE Well-Known Member

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    I can guarantee you will learn something, how was results rebrascora ?
     
  10. rebrascora

    rebrascora Well-Known Member

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    Hi HOBIE
    Still not got results. Nurse is away on hols for 2 weeks. She has the result of one result.... could it have been peptides?.... last time I spoke to her which was borderline but she didn't really know enough to interpret what that meant and the antibody tests were not back but that was 3 weeks ago. I should just bite the bullet and sign up for this presentation anyway. Will it be OK to take a non diabetic along do you think.... my sister is very supportive and takes things in better than I do at such events but will have to check if she is free that evening.
     
  11. HOBIE

    HOBIE Well-Known Member

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    I am sure it will be ok. I am taking my mate (a lovely bloke who has been T1 since 1960) ;) remember "knowledge is king" :cool:
     

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