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"We custom made our shirts for our first JDRF Walk for a cure for juvenille diabetes at UNLV in Las Vegas. Jackson is 7 and he picked out the design and the bright color! We were the easiest to spot in the large crowd. CustomInk did an excellent job and will be my go-to site for anything like this in the future!" - Team Action Jackson (Dec 08, 2011)

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comment by Guest - Apr 29, 2012 - back to the top

Hi Nikki! My brother is 21 (22 in October) and has had type 1 ditebaes since he was 7 years old. God...it can be such a depressing disease. He wants to be a cop, hes taking criminal justice classes at school as a full time student but over the summer decided to get a full time job but he took third shift. So his sleeping was all out of whack and so was his eating and blah blah blah. needless to say...within a month he had two seizures. The second was worse than the first. The last time I remember him having a seizure before those two times was when he first got diagnosed. He was just a little boy. He's okay, but it's scary ya know? I showed my mom your blog and it's really helpful to see somebody else's point of view and to know that we are not alone. It's annoying when people with type 2 think they understand, or other people who don't even know what the hell they're talking about make stupid comments like "Isn't he supposed to be overweight in order to have ditebaes?". I know I don't have ditebaes but sometimes I feel like I do...I feel for you guys. Anyways..enough with my rant. Just letting you know you're encouraging.