FACS Student Publishes Book about Type 1 Diabetes
|Date: Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014||Return|
Caitlynn Oberhausen, a Family & Consumer Sciences (FACS) student recently published a book that addresses the myths and misconceptions of Type 1 Diabetes. Please visit http://www.lulu.com/shop/caitlynn-oberhausen/the-truth-about-type-1-diabetes-the-myths-exposed/paperback/product-21473207.html;jsessionid=F52A8526BA2A5D92135241A980987110 to get more information about the book and to place an order.
Ms. Caitlynn Oberhausen
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