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The Family and Friends Banquet

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Beautiful ice sculptures from the Novo Nordisk booth graced the sides of the stage for the Family and Friends banquet, sponsored by LifeScan and Novo Nordisk
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Winter Olympian Kris Freeman spoke about overcoming the challenges of diabetes and continuing to compete at a world-class level
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Adventurer Will Cross spoke dramatically about his recent conquest of Mt. Everest and the completion of the NovoLog Peaks and Poles challenge
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CWD's Jeff Hitchcock presented Friend for Life awards to Dean Kamen and Al Mann for their unique contributions to making insulin pump therapy a reality. Their awards featured photos of kids wearing pumps and were signed by CWD kids who use pumps.
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Deputy Surgeon General RADM Kenneth Moritsugu, M.D., encouraged families to celebrate their time together at Friends for Life
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For her tireless legal assistance for CWD families struggling in the educational system, Michelle Rago was awarded the Jeff Hitchcock Distinguished Service Award by LifeScan's Charles Renfroe
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The Natalie Bellini Teens Choice Award was presented to Chris Tull for his behind-the-scenes work in making sure each of our conference venues are safe and appropriate for families with teens.
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For scheduling the delivery of two-week-old Annalise in early July to allow her family to come to Friends for Life, Lisa Pitt received special recognition and the first CWD Friends for Life "onesie"
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Megan and Kristin requested time to present an award to Jeff and Laura for their efforts in spite of not having diabetes. We'll continue this next year, recognizing siblings without diabetes who have made a difference.
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