Educational Presentations


Covid 19 and Diabetes  Presented March 2020

Diabetes Management During a Disaster
Presented April 2020

Exercising With Type 1 Diabetes   
Presented June 2020

Blood Sugar Spikes: The Why and How To Manage Them
 Presented August 2020

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