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Hadit.com Blog Talk Radio show Sunday Special Diabetes show., Oct 9, 2016 at 7:00pm eastern.

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Don't miss this special show. Diabetes is a debilitating disease as it is the worst disease a veteran can have. It causes blindness, loss of limbs, neurological issues, and eventually loss of life, usually from Kidney failure or insulin level drops too low to recover.


Alex Graham, aka Asknod will deliver his findings on this issue.

Do not miss this one. If you have questions, the all in number is 347 237 4819.

Follow this link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/haditcom/2016/10/09/haditcom-blog-talk-radio-show-diabetes-special-with-john-jerrel-and-alex

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Guys I got this in email early this AM from Alex's Wordpress site:

(maybe this info will change by tomorrow? I cant make the show. It would be good to do another show on DMII sometime. The Kiedove  case is very unusual . )


"1.       Kiedove says:

October 7, 2016 at 18:34

I will try to call in but my old Marine has been sick. I’ve been trying to get him to the VA clinic with no luck. Have a private appointment this week. Can Silvia be tapped? She’s the professional DMII educator who can update us.


§  Kiedove says:

October 7, 2016 at 18:39

Also, maybe Berta Simmons could guest. Please read her post. Sounds like she has a lot of valuable info. and she won."






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PS, this is the  actual case:


I dont know if Mrs Kiedove (above) is his wife...no claimant names are in BVA decisions.

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