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2003 Annual Meeting of the American Association of Diabetes Educators

Children with Diabetes exhibited at the 2003 American Association of Diabetes Educators annual meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah. We showed our web site, scrapbooks from the Friends for Life: Orlando 2003 and Friends for Life: Pasadena 2002, a Rufus and Ruby bear (along with their travel diaries), and squares from the Quilt for Life. Time and again, people came up to our booth and told us that they loved the Children with Diabetes web site and that they recommended it to their patients. We were very glad to hear that, of course. Everyone loved Rufus and Ruby, and the Quilt for Life squares enjoyed lots of attention.

The photos below highlight the few new products shown and give a sense for the overall exhibit hall.

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The CWD booth was staffed by Laura Billetdeaux, Clare and Kari Rosenfeld, and Jeff Hitchcock.
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Educators got their first look at the new TheraSense Flash meter, which was first shown at CWD's Friends for Life: Orlando 2003 conference.
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At the end of the show, several companies generously donated diabetes supplies to help IDYA in its efforts to help kids in need. Watch for a report in the IDYA section.
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Animas showed their new custom photo pump covers.
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BD showed their new meter, the Paradigm Link, that communicates with the Medtronic MiniMed 512 insulin pump.
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Novo Nordisk sponsored a night with Lily Tomlin.
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ReliOn showed their new NewTek meter, which has 100 test strips inside and is disposable. The strips require 3 microliters of blood and have a test time of 15 seconds.
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The Accu-Chek Compact has a new test strip that requires only 1.5 microliters and has a test time of 8 seconds.
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IDYA Clare Rosenfeld spoke at the LifeScan booth.
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JSH
August 10, 2003



                 
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