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Another supper post from my friend, Leah, who has vascular dementia - and diabetes.

"I made a mistake with my insulin, a mistake not caused by my dementia.  It was evening and I was getting ready to go to bed.  At night, I use 75 units of long acting insulin which helps to hold my blood sugar level for 24 hours.  Instead, I took 75 units of Humalog, the fast acting insulin I normally take with meals."

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