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We’re raffling off a free copy of our very popular Best-Ever Tips book, which features 1,001 useful tips from 70 top doctors, researchers, and diabetes experts, as well as over 100 of the most popular Diabetes Self-Management articles from the past decade.

For more information about how to enter the contest, “like” us on Facebook.

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  1. I’d love to have a free copy, but I don’t use Facebook.

    Posted by Deb |
  2. I don’t use Facebook either - I find it intimidating and the purveyor of more junk mail than I could ever imagine. I, too, would like a free copy, so it there any other way to enter?

    Posted by Annie |
  3. Same!

    Posted by Karen |
  4. If I don’t win where can I buy the book? My siblings (5)and I can use it. We’re all diabetics.
    Thanks.

    Posted by ditas fallis |
  5. Hi ditas fallis,

    Thanks for your interest in our book! If you do not win the free copy, you can purchase Best-Ever Tips by calling (800) 664-9269.

    Best,
    Diane Fennell
    Web Editor

    Posted by Diane Fennell |
  6. Hi Deb, Annie, and Karen,

    Thank you for your interest in our book. Unfortunately, this contest is only open to those with Facebook accounts, but we will keep your comments in mind for future contests.

    Sincerely,
    Diane Fennell
    Web Editor

    Posted by Diane Fennell |
  7. I love your magazine and I do have facebook, I also will follow your site on facebook.

    Posted by Kim Jackson |
  8. P.S. I would love a copy of your book, I didn’t mention this in my other post.

    Posted by Kim Jackson |
  9. Send me free book. Tnahk you

    Posted by Helen Doh |
  10. I love the information I have received in my monthly magazines of “Diabetes Self-Management”. I have received absolute and correct information and even shared it with my doctor. Thank you to the “Diabetes Self-Management” team. Your work in making this magazine a success is greatly appreciated. Keep up the good work.

    Posted by Sharon Johnson |
  11. Please consider alternate means of contest entry in the future. Not everyone is on Facebook, or cares to be.

    Posted by Teresa |
  12. I’d love to have a copy to have a copy cause I’m trying new things to control my blood sugar

    Posted by Vic |
  13. I too do not use facebook and would like a chance to win a free copy. Thank you.

    Posted by James Carpenter |
  14. I, too, have chosen NOT to sign up for Face book.
    I have too much mail as it is. Is there any other way I can enter the contest for the book?
    Mary

    Posted by Mary |
  15. I Don’t use facebook either, and don’t plan to join. Please consider those of us who have chosen not to waste our time at that site and let us enter some other way.
    Thank you.

    Judy

    Posted by judy |
  16. don’t have a face book account. Do want one…

    Posted by PAT |
  17. Would like a book but don’t use FaceBook. Is it available to purchase on the web?

    Posted by Wayne |
  18. I am already a facebook user. How do i sign up to win the book.

    Posted by audrey |
  19. Please enter me in your contest “Diabetes Self-Management Book Giveaway.”

    Thank you,

    Ms. Frances Cobbler

    Posted by Frances Cobbler |
  20. I’d also love to have a free copy, is there another way to enter if we done use facebook?

    Posted by Becky |
  21. I consider it unfair to exclude people who do not choose to utilize facebook.

    Posted by Diane |
  22. I thought I had registered but couldn’t find my name. Sorry if this is a duplicate. I liked you on FB and shared it with all my FB friends. I would love to win the book. Thanks so much.

    Posted by michelle floyd |
  23. I would love a copy. I want to know everything to help with diabetes.

    Posted by Dixie Collina |
  24. Dont have a facebook account would love the book

    Posted by reni g |
  25. HEALTH IS WEALTH AND A BOOK LIKE THIS IS WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD AND INCREASED LONGETIVITY FOR A PATIENT

    Posted by anoop |
  26. I like you on FB.

    Posted by theresa n |
  27. Yes, I would like to get this book, I am a diabetic,and I can’t control my sugar. I’ve had diabetis for over 40 yearsand it’s been though.

    Posted by Barbara |
  28. Yes, I would like to gethis book. I can’t control my sugar

    Posted by Karleen |
  29. I’d love a book also, but facebook is too out of control now. I am also flooded with email because of “like”s. facebook is headed toward all consuming social network domination it appears. I guess I’ll look for a book elsewhere if it’s not too expensive. Congrats to the winner.

    Posted by Scott |

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