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One of the sensors costs $60 and lasts two weeks. In Emma’s case, the hope is that by the end of the two weeks, they’ll have her diabetes under control and will know what dosage of insulin she needs without constantly checking her glucose, or possibly even be able to control her diabetes with diet. She’ll stay at the clinic during that two weeks.

Baker is on the foundation’s board, which meets every six months. The Ketenbrinks left a fund to provide for their animals, and the foundation board also chooses various organizations for donations in their name. The Ketenbrinks

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