Until now, no book or long-term research (i.e., nearly forty years) has conclusively demonstrated that diabetes complications can be avoided for such a prolonged period of time.
Diabetes Without Complications™ is the first book written that explores nearly forty years of a person's life with diabetes and how diabetes complications have been completely avoided, including valuable lessons learned over the years. The second half of the book contains information for building a successful diabetes management program.
Diabetes Without Complications™ covers type 1 and type 2 diabetes, pre-diabetes, and preventing diabetes. The book helps build a program to avoid or reduce the risk of getting diabetes complications or delay the progression of existing complications. The book includes the two measurement standards for serum blood glucose levels-(mg/dL) and (mmol/L). Body weights and heights are provided in their metric and non-metric equivalents.
Diabetes Without Complications™ has been peer reviewed by top medical specialists and medical professionals. It was also peer reviewed by persons with diabetes and those whom had no knowledge of diabetes, including a wide variety of educational backgrounds-from high school education only through various college degrees and levels, including Master and PhD. Extensive medical and scientific references are documented throughout the book.
The book includes the author's most recent and comprehensive medical test records-with notations- to help readers understand the basic medical tests that are essential for any successful diabetes management program. Readers can discuss the tests with their physician(s) to determine applicability for their own diabetes care.
The book also provides valuable information that could help delay the progression of existing complications.
Diabetes Without Complications is a trademark of Diabetes Press, Inc.
Daryl RuDusky, BSEE, MBA, is recognized worldwide for reinventing businesses. He is regularly sought-after by board members and senior executives for his innovative thinking and leadership. His leadership has guided large corporations, start-ups, and several executive committees of the American Diabetes Association. He served as Chairman of the American Diabetes Association Tour de Cure in Phoenix, Arizona for three years. He has appeared on television, radio, and has been interviewed by the media about diabetes. He serves as Senior Vice President of Strategy and Business Development for a Silicon Valley company.