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Old 05-01-2016, 09:42 AM #9 (permalink)
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Default Re: ALS and diabetes

Steve had a normal physical in December. The following August I had him in the er with a 700 blood sugar. He went on to develop gout,kidney stones, gallbladder disease, etc.

Lots of weird things happen. I firmly believe, for some pals, this disease is metabolic. All the changes followed by diagnosis 3 years later, is just too coincidental .

When you read different threads thru time on here, you see many pals have diabetes, kidney stones, strange vertigo episodes, etc. I dont believe in coincidence.
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