Every day each child must have two injections of insulin, balanced exactly to the amount of sugar in the system. They
Every day each child must have two injections of insulin, balanced exactly to the amount of sugar in the system. They learn to give the injections themselves, and their 'needlework' soon becomes expert. Injections can also be given in the arm, but the leg is an easier spot because both hands are free for the operation. Circa 1946 P018814
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