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Blood Sugar Rising

Monteil - San Francisco, CA

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A talented rapper still trying for his big breakthrough, Monteil Lee was diagnosed with Type 2 eight years ago. Now 36 years old, he has a diabetes-related wound on his foot that may mean amputation, and he is trying hard to avoid surgery. Monteil’s story is part of Blood Sugar Rising, a PBS special from WGBH about the diabetes epidemic in the United States.

Aired: 04/15/20 | Rating: NR

A Production of Structure Films for WGBH. With funding from: Draper, The Russell Berrie Foundation, Sami Inkinen, through the Inkinen Family Donor-Advised Fund, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.

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