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Claire Story

Claire's Story

"Claire was diagnosed with Leukemia in September 2011, and part of her treatment involved steroids, which work with the chemo. She immediately developed steroid-induced diabetes, which we were told would go away between steroid pulses; and it did, for the first year..."

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