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Xerox & African-American Engineer Uses Engineering Methods to Beat Type 2 Diabetes (765 hits)

Ex-diabetic engineer DeWayne McCulley (aka The Diabetes Engineer), who almost died of diabetic coma, explains how to defeat Type 2 diabetes, based on his engineering experience (Xerox Corp. Hughes Aircarft Co.), research, engineering methodologies, medical protocols, and the acclaimed book, Death to Diabetes (ISBN 0977360741).
Posted By: DeWayne McCulley-The Diabetes Engineer
Monday, August 25th 2008 at 1:48PM
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