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My thoughts about Diabetes.co.uk

Published by pastbe4us in the blog pastbe4us's blog. Views: 1228

Hello all

I joined a few days ago, having been recently diagnosed with Type 2. Briefly, the quality of the staff, and the responses from the members are top notch-they get a "A".

The web page itself, however, I find old fashioned, and very busy with all kinds of hidden buttons and drop down menus, it appears to be a web page from the year 2000. Hey, I just used the year 2000, as a reference to something old, and out of date, lol. Given a choice between the two, I will accept the Ford Model T page, along with the very high quality content-anytime.
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