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please explain how long can a person live with juvenile diabetes?

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Dr. Stanley Schwartz
Endocrinology 52 years experience
Normal life span: In many, as long as well controlled.

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If someone is seizure free on a low level of Dilantin 3.1 for 15 years since teen what are the chances of another seizure are chances low ?

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