Highlights: The heroic story of Eva Saxl, a Holocaust refugee who survived World War II through determination, ingenuity, and her husband’s homemade insulin. Plus, Jim Turner explores “politically-correct” diabetes lingo.
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- Read dLife columnist Amy Tenderich as she writes on diabetes labels.
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