HELLO FRIENDS

So my moms works in Mali a lot and has made connections with a lot of people with diabetes there who are in need of supplies.

I’m trying to work on finding meters and test strips but I was wondering if y’all

  1. had any ideas of how to get supply donations (both for t1 treatment and t2, so metformin/other drugs, insulin, meters)
  2. would be up for donating

I know that Insulin for Life does supplies for kids but this would also include adult populations.

Hit up the ask box or submissions with any advice/questions/suggestions!

Thanks,

S

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Sorry, can’t talk, got medical devices screaming at me.
— When my pump fails in the middle of a conversation. (via homicidalphone)

anothergirlwithauke:

you think glasses get awkward during sex?

try having an insulin pump attached to you

easilyhumored:

repeat after me:

•diabetics can eat candy
•diabetics can eat candy
•diabetics can eat candy

•eating candy will not give you diabetes
•eating candy will not give you diabetes
•eating candy will NOT GIVE YOU DIABETES