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Elizabeth Woolley, type 2 diabetic and author of Diabetic Mommy, reviewed the SWG for About.com and says,

Another impressive feat is that usually dry factual medical information and statistics seem more interesting as they are interspersed within the context of the personal experiences of the author and others. It feels as if you are chatting with a group of friends who truly understand what it is like to live as a woman with diabetes and it does not get boring or become a chore to read.

In “Pros” she says the book is:

  • easy to read
  • comprehensive
  • Relatable
  • Nicely organized with easy to find information
  • Lots of input and contributions from respected well-known women in the diabetes community–both professional and lay people

And for “cons” there are none! 🙂