LOL. No, but I just took a shower (I seem to do my best thinking in there!), and I do understand what swellman is saying now. He's saying that in this study, 10% of those who died, died from a hypo. He's saying that if you follow them, eventually 100% of them will die, and the percentage of them who die from a hypo will be constant: 10%. Of course that makes the assumption that the 10% rate remains steady across all ages (which we have no evidence that that is true) and it also completely ignores the effect of better treatment and new technology. So essentially, if you make a bunch of unsupported assumptions and ignore the reality of better treatment, JDRF's number is completely supportable.