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Hi Alice,

Thank you for creating this group on PulseWire! I know there are numerous needs for people with diabetes that are never addressed. I am sure this is the right place to brainstorm and put it all together!

I am also really curious to hear about the management of diabetes with HIV, I mean, for people who live with both-

Thank you and I am looking forward to hearing and sharing with this great team.



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thanks for your concern and being ready to work with our on our true journey that is leading to success for sure your right many people suffer both and they need to be adviced carefully which is very important for both the concern, infected and affected to join hands together and work to bring a great impact

where there is a will there is a way.

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Good morning.
My name is Jacqueline, I am a Congolese from the Democratic Republic of Congo and I live in Bukavu, eastern DRC.
I am very pleased to join the community group that cares for diabetics. J e very grateful for this opportunity Madam Mwayuma who put me in contact with Ms. Neema who helped me to join World Pulse.
I join this community, not because I'm diabetic, but against, because I live with a husband who depui June 28, 2011 was discovered with diabetes.
Since that time, I was very scared, because that day he had bitten a severe attack and nearly die.
Bepuis that day, she had lost all his health, he no longer has a voice, and it has many health complications ...

And our life has changed, it is still weak and still in bed ...

The story of our suffering is long and I can finish everything here.

thank you,



Je m'appelle Jacqueline, je suis une congolaise de la République Démocratique du Congo et je vis à Bukavu, à l'Est du pays.
Je suis très ravie de me joindre au groupe de la communauté qui se soucie des diabétiques. J e remercie très sincèrement par cette occasion Madame Mwayuma qui m'a mise en Contact avec Madame Neema qui m'a aidée à me joindre à World Pulse.
Je me joins à cette communauté, non pas parce que je suis diabétique, mais par contre, parce que je vis avec un mari qui depui le 28 juin 2011 a été découvert souffrant de diabète.
Depuis ce temps, j'ai eu beaucoup peur, parce que ce jour là il avait piqué une forte crise et a failli mourrir.
Bepuis ce jour là, elle avait perdu toute sa santé, il n'a plus sa voix, et il a beaucoup de complication de santé...

Et notre vie a changé, il est toujours faible et est toujours alité...

L'histoire de notre souffrance est longue et je ne peux tout terminer ici.




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