60 pippa.io <![CDATA[Beta Cell]]> http://betacellpodcast.com en All rights reserved Beta Cell no Craig Stubing info+5a558fa53886138a16a4cc65@mg.pippa.io episodic https://assets.pippa.io/shows/5a558fa53886138a16a4cc65/show-cover.jpg http://betacellpodcast.com <![CDATA[Beta Cell]]> https://feed.pippa.io/public/shows/5a558fa53886138a16a4cc65 <![CDATA[#017: Dave Holmes]]> Mon, 18 Jun 2018 01:49:34 GMT 36:22 5b270faea83cf7f47eccf95c no full <![CDATA[Out of Range #004: Hiding in Plain Site]]> Fri, 08 Jun 2018 07:00:53 GMT 44:38 5b176bb24307ea6a77b5449e no full on her arm and goes grocery shopping.]]> on her arm and goes grocery shopping.]]> <![CDATA[Out of Range #003: TMI]]> Sun, 03 Jun 2018 05:20:59 GMT 54:50 5b137abc59525a0e071bfa80 no full <![CDATA[Out of Range #002: Love and Other Drugs (Like Insulin)]]> Fri, 25 May 2018 04:08:38 GMT 32:30 5b078c46195badd364efd573 no full <![CDATA[Out of Range #001: Sharing Isn't Caring]]> Fri, 18 May 2018 05:56:33 GMT 46:09 5afe6b126ca4d5b51a0cac48 no full <![CDATA[Out of Range Mic Test]]> Thu, 03 May 2018 05:53:39 GMT 0:26 5aeaa3500f406bec73783202 no bonus <![CDATA[#016: Jasmine Fouts]]> Tue, 01 May 2018 05:52:39 GMT 21:29 5ae7fd11840b09bc329898a6 no full <![CDATA[#015: Deanna Paolantonio]]> Mon, 13 Nov 2017 06:04:35 GMT 24:10 no full <![CDATA[#014: Will Pericak and Jordan Morris Talk T1D as Professional Athletes in Seattle]]> Wed, 23 Nov 2016 07:25:27 GMT 26:27 no full <![CDATA[#013: Type 1 Diabetes: Do You Ever Hit Your Stride?]]> Thu, 17 Nov 2016 18:29:03 GMT 45:22 no full <![CDATA[#012: Every Advance Counts: Lessening the Burden of T1D]]> Thu, 10 Nov 2016 22:25:46 GMT 31:08 no full <![CDATA[#011: Sending Isa to School]]> Mon, 07 Nov 2016 17:00:34 GMT 24:01 no full <![CDATA[The First Year]]> Sun, 06 Nov 2016 04:25:22 GMT 11:42 no trailer <![CDATA[T1D Looks Like Me Trailer]]> Mon, 31 Oct 2016 00:00:00 GMT 4:29 no trailer <![CDATA[#010: Grace Bonney]]> Mon, 12 Sep 2016 05:50:47 GMT 29:16 no full <![CDATA[Bonus Clip #009: Trevor Torres]]> Sun, 28 Aug 2016 15:59:01 GMT 2:37 no bonus <![CDATA[#009: Trevor Torres]]> Tue, 16 Aug 2016 06:47:29 GMT 19:44 no full <![CDATA[Bonus Clip #008: Libby Russell]]> Tue, 05 Jul 2016 13:48:59 GMT 2:30 no full <![CDATA[#008: Libby Russell]]> Sun, 26 Jun 2016 18:08:30 GMT 32:55 no full <![CDATA[#007: Robin Arzon]]> Sun, 22 May 2016 17:28:49 GMT 19:10 no full <![CDATA[#006: Jim Natal]]> Mon, 11 Apr 2016 07:47:28 GMT 23:56 no full Jim Natal was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 30 years old in 1978. 38 years later, he still struggles with maintaining the balance between controlling his diabetes and leading a fulfilling life without worrying about every high or low blood sugar. In his first book of poetry, In the Bee Trees, he shares the story of his diagnosis:


Learning To Live With It

Barbara taught me to give injections

to an orange, thick pop of penetration

through the skin, short smooth glide

into soft tissue under. Slowly, with control,

push down on the plunger, and quick

backward dart toss, remove the syringe.

I practiced in her office, still dazed from

diagnosis, seeing through pinpoint pupils,

eyes after a strobe flash. Stretched like surgical

tubing colorless with tension, I was renamed

after a disease, time now measured in gleaming

needle pricks, insulin units, blood sugar levels.

My wife sobbed in the car parked beneath

the medical building, rusty pipes wrapped and

painted white, strung along the oppressive ceiling.

She cried because we didn’t have much money.

For the money, not for me. In that time of change

there were changes yet to come.

Barbara said I would learn to manage it by myself.

She said I had no choice.

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Jim Natal was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 30 years old in 1978. 38 years later, he still struggles with maintaining the balance between controlling his diabetes and leading a fulfilling life without worrying about every high or low blood sugar. In his first book of poetry, In the Bee Trees, he shares the story of his diagnosis:


Learning To Live With It

Barbara taught me to give injections

to an orange, thick pop of penetration

through the skin, short smooth glide

into soft tissue under. Slowly, with control,

push down on the plunger, and quick

backward dart toss, remove the syringe.

I practiced in her office, still dazed from

diagnosis, seeing through pinpoint pupils,

eyes after a strobe flash. Stretched like surgical

tubing colorless with tension, I was renamed

after a disease, time now measured in gleaming

needle pricks, insulin units, blood sugar levels.

My wife sobbed in the car parked beneath

the medical building, rusty pipes wrapped and

painted white, strung along the oppressive ceiling.

She cried because we didn’t have much money.

For the money, not for me. In that time of change

there were changes yet to come.

Barbara said I would learn to manage it by myself.

She said I had no choice.

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<![CDATA[Bonus Clip #005: Cindy Goldstein]]> Wed, 23 Mar 2016 05:14:54 GMT 3:08 no bonus <![CDATA[#005: Cindy Goldstein]]> Tue, 01 Mar 2016 07:43:45 GMT 21:15 no full <![CDATA[#004: Rachel Zinman]]> Thu, 18 Feb 2016 07:16:39 GMT 27:27 no full Yoga for Diabetes.]]> Yoga for Diabetes.]]> <![CDATA[Bonus Clip #002: Amanda Bar]]> Tue, 19 Jan 2016 03:38:12 GMT 4:13 no bonus <![CDATA[#003: Craig Stubing]]> Thu, 07 Jan 2016 00:00:00 GMT 17:58 no full <![CDATA[#002: Amanda Bar]]> Tue, 08 Dec 2015 05:49:42 GMT 19:11 no full <![CDATA[#001: Doris Gilbert]]> Wed, 04 Nov 2015 08:46:00 GMT 15:53 no full