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Scott paves his way in the world, residing in sunny San Diego, Ca. Wrapped up in life filled with college, hockey, the outdoors, family, friends, and staying healthy. His diagnosis of type 1 diabetes came on March 12, 2004.
Before that first unnerving week in the hospital, he never saw diabetes coming. He aimed to absorb everything there was to learn about this new part of life and take the challenge on head first. Always actively learning and educating in hopes of shining a positive light where it sometimes does not appear.
While easygoing in daily life, he is a perfectionist at heart. Scott takes control of his life by managing his diagnosis and promising to align his future towards success. Trying to offer relatable words, his online blog StickIt forges ahead too. Diabetes be damned, Scott is aiming high. Self-assured that it will not inhibit his goals, and to this day, he has never looked back. "
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