Welcome to Taking Control Of Your Diabetes, an edutaining podcast all about highs and lows of living with diabetes. Hosted by Dr. Steve Edelman and Dr. Jeremy Pettus, both endocrinologists who have been living with diabetes themselves since they were 15, we’re discussing the important topics that people living with diabetes need to know—and no topic is off-limits.

From the latest advancements in diabetes medications and devices, to interviews with some of the best minds in diabetes, to personal stories about the ups and downs of dealing with this condition 24/7, we’re tackling what it means to live with diabetes in modern times. And we promise to make you laugh along the way, because sometimes we just need to laugh at the craziness that comes with living with diabetes.

Tune in for a new episode on the last Monday of every month! Like what you hear and want to help us grow? Please rate and review this podcast so we can reach more people living with diabetes!

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