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You may remember that Arden’s children’s hospital asked her to pose for some photos a while back.  The pictures may be used in their endocrine brochures, posters and stuff like that.  Well today the photos arrived in our mailbox and I just had to share some of them with you.  

Mad props to the photographer, Ed Cunicelli of Glen Mills, PA -  He captured Arden beautifully!  Chop takes such amazing care of Arden’s type I that we just had to help out when they called.  I don’t usually make pronouncements like this on the site but... if you live within any reasonable distance of CHOP you really must consider making them your child’s endo.  While I’m at it, Arden wore a sleeveless shirt purposely so that her OmniPod would be in the pictures - she is so proud to wear it!  Truth is, I don’t know where we’d be without CHOP and OmniPod, they both have saved us more times then I can count.



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Beautiful pictures of Arden, Scott! They capture her spirit. I love that they feature her OmniPod. We live just outside Philly but don't use CHOP, we use DuPont and Thomas Jefferson. I am glad you have had great experiences with CHOP and her endo, it's so important. Congrats on the pictures, they are just beautiful!
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