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  • 1. PRE-DIAGNOSIS SYMPTOMS
    Extremely high blood sugar * Fatigue
    Extreme Thirst * Frequent urination
    Weight loss * Hunger * Drowsiness
    Stupor (Unconsciousness) * UTI
    Heavy, labored breathing * Neuropathy
  • 2. 115 S. Emerson Street
    Mount Prospect, IL 60056
    (847) 870-1200
    www.lawmjw.com
  • 3. AREAS OF PRACTICE
    Commercial and Residential Real Estate Transactions and Litigation
    Foreclosures Assistance
    Estate Planning
    Wills
    Trust Agreements
  • 4. AREAS OF PRACTICE
    General Business and Formation of New Businesses
    Asset Purchase Agreements
    Illinois Judgment Enforcement and Collection
    Short Sales and Loan Negotiations
  • 5. Mention JDRF and 10% of your
    fee will be donated directly to
    Cure Diabetes.
    FREE
    initial
    Consultation!
    Please pick up my business card at the sponsor table.
  • 6. 115 S. Emerson Street
    Mount Prospect, IL 60056
    (847) 870-1200
    www.lawmjw.com
  • 7. MYTH: Only kids get type 1 diabetes.
    FACT: Type 1 diabetes, also known as "juvenile"
    or "juvenile onset" diabetes, is usually first
    diagnosed in children, teenagers, or young
    adults. However, people may develop type 1
    diabetes at any age.
  • 8. “A cure would give us freedom to carry on a
    normal life without taking a break to check
    our blood or have a snack.”
    - Asa Kelly, 16, North Carolina

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