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We’re raffling off another 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.

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To enter the contest, send a blank e-mail with the subject line “Raffle” to contests@diabetesselfmanagement.com. Entries will accepted from April 15, 2012 until the raffle closes at 12 PM EST on May 15, 2012. Be sure to use a valid e-mail address, as the winner will be contacted using the e-mail address provided, and to be fair to everyone, please only send one e-mail per person. Additional entries will result in all entries from the same person and/or e-mail address being disqualified. The raffle winner will be randomly selected using the random number generator at Random.org.

If you do not win the free copy, you can purchase Best-Ever Tips by calling (800) 664-9269.

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  1. I tried to send to contests@ etc. and it returned with couldnot find any address. I know my email adress so why did this happen.

    Posted by Ada Ryan |
  2. raffle

    Posted by ADELE Z. STIFTER |
  3. Hello Ms. Ryan,

    Thank you for your interest in our contest. We have been receiving entries, so everything appears to be working on our end. Try clicking directly on the following link and sending your e-mail from there:

    contests@diabetesselfmanagement.com

    Best,
    Diane Fennell
    Web Editor

    Posted by Diane Fennell |
  4. Yahoo prevents me from sending a blank email, so there is one tiny little period/dot in the message. Thanks for understanding. I hope I win :)!

    Posted by M.S. |
  5. Thanks for your offer, if I do`nt win please
    let me know where can I buy the book.

    Posted by Ahron Bakshi |
  6. I would like to win the book.

    Posted by Edward Sobczak |

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