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Diabetes News in the Popular Press from 2001

  1. Efforts target schools to aid diabetic kids. (30 December 2001)
  2. Local researcher's work may lead to new diabetes treatment. (23 December 2001)
  3. Musical doctors boast a diabetes program of note. (23 December 2001)
  4. The "Let's Face Diabetes" auction at eBay is sponsored by the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) and GlaxoSmithKline. Proceeds benefit the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) Foundation to help educate patients about how to manage diabetes. (23 December 2001)
  5. 13-year-old copes with juvenile diabetes. (9 December 2001)
  6. Digital insulin pump attached to infant. (9 December 2001)
  7. Robinson 1st-grade class pitches in to help pupil with juvenile diabetes. (9 December 2001)
  8. Read the transcript of a recent chat with Rita and Rachel, Miami Islet Transplant Recipients. (9 December 2001)
  9. Juvenile Diabetes Brings Family Together Through Adoption, by US Senator Larry Craig, tells of his meeting a family who adopted a girl from Russia who has diabetes. (9 December 2001)
  10. Orioles' pitcher goes extra mile with York fan. (9 December 2001)
  11. The Walk to Cure Diabetes 2001 web site is written by Rick, father of Miles, age five. (2 December 2001)
  12. Diabetes fails to slow Hillsboro's Brian Price. (2 December 2001)
  13. Researchers preach prevention to thwart explosion of diabetes. (25 November 2001)
  14. Penguins' rookie lives with diabetes. (25 November 2001)
  15. The Pump Helps Patients Manage Diabetes. (18 November 2001)
  16. Complex disease puzzles doctors is a newspaper article about PCOS. (18 November 2001)
  17. Doctor warns of diabetes link to fat kids. (18 November 2001)
  18. The Children's Diabetes Foundation of the North Bay is located north of San Francisco and works to raise money for a cure. (18 November 2001)
  19. The 1st. Arab International Conference for People with Diabetes will be held at the Movenpick and Novotel Hotels, Heliopolis, Cairo, from 26-29 March 2002. (18 November 2001)
  20. High Sierra 4-H Walks To Cure Diabetes. (11 November 2001)
  21. We've updated our mirror of Rick Mendosa's On-line Diabetes Resources. (11 November 2001)
  22. Diabet.Apteka.ru is a Russian-language web site about diabetes run by the Yekaterinburg Diabetes Association. Smile is their online newsletter. (11 November 2001)
  23. In support of diabetes awareness, Jim McCord will be running from San Diego to Washington, D.C. beginning May 1, 2002. Information about his efforts are available at his web site, www.diabetesinfo.cc. (11 November 2001)
  24. JDRF holiday cards are available again this year at MoreThanCards.com. (11 November 2001)
  25. More children deal with diabetes. (4 November 2001)
  26. Biotech firm beats market troubles reports on the recent successful initial public offering of TheraSense. (4 November 2001)
  27. Non-terrorism charities still need giving hearts reminds us that we must not forget to donate what we can to help researchers find the cure for type 1 diabetes. See also JDRF Using New, Enhanced Programs in Tough Fundraising Climate. (4 November 2001)
  28. Diabetes doesn't hinder scholar's spirit. (4 November 2001)
  29. Awareness is key for diabetic walker. (28 October 2001)
  30. Hundreds to take part in diabetes fund-raiser. (28 October 2001)
  31. Scout's video a lifesaver for children dealing with juvenile diabetes. (28 October 2001)
  32. Sugarbugs shoot set for San Antonio. (21 October 2001)
  33. Bikers ride to raise money in fight against diabetes. (21 October 2001)
  34. Man walks for diabetes awareness. (21 October 2001)
  35. TheraSense, Inc. Completes Initial Public Offering. (14 October 2001)
  36. Transplants give local woman new start. For more information about pancreas transplantation, see Pancreas Transplantation at the Insulin-Free World Foundation web site. (14 October 2001)
  37. Santo's plight makes diabetes walk all that more special. (14 October 2001)
  38. TheraSense set to IPO. (7 October 2001)
  39. Agency aids kids with diabetes. (7 October 2001)
  40. 2,500 walk to raise money to find cure for diabetes. (7 October 2001)
  41. Light rain doesn't dampen spirits of walkers for diabetes. (7 October 2001)
  42. When Jack McCarthy was diagnosed with diabetes, doctors said he probably wouldn't live past the age of 20. That was 65 years ago. (7 October 2001)
  43. Diabetes a sudden threat for local girl. (30 September 2001)
  44. Miami Hurricane kicker battles obstacles on and off the field. (30 September 2001)
  45. San Francisco Bay Area Singles to Walk for American Diabetes Walk-A-Thon. (30 September 2001)
  46. Diabetes doesn't stop high school football player. (23 September 2001)
  47. Local families struggle with diabetes. (23 September 2001)
  48. Daughter gives kidney to help mom with diabetes. (23 September 2001)
  49. NFL star quarterback Donovan McNabb scores for diabetes prevention. (9 September 2001)
  50. University of Miami Football Player with diabetes uses an insulin pump. (26 August 2001)
  51. Tour of the Ozarks is a bicycle excursion to benefit the American Diabetes Association. (26 August 2001)
  52. Ralph Fatello concludes his 365th consecutive day surfing in his quest to raise money and awareness for diabetes. (26 August 2001)
  53. Man Stealing Donations For Diabetes Research. (26 August 2001)
  54. Come to New York in October 2001 for DRI's Finding a Cure: A Year of Progress in the World of Diabetes. (19 August 2001)
  55. Family creates team to fight diabetes. (12 August 2001)
  56. American Diabetes Association and Billie Jean King Foundation Present the Fourth Annual 2001 Donnelly Award Winners. (12 August 2001)
  57. Baltimore Orioles pitcher Jason Johnson wears an insulin pump. (12 August 2001)
  58. Green Bay Packers defensive tackle Jon Krick has diabetes. (12 August 2001)
  59. Diabetes drug 'could help cheats'. (12 August 2001)
  60. Hanging 365 for a cause: A surfer's year of living generously reports on man who surfed every day for a year to raise money for diabetes. See also Catch a Wave for Gus. (5 August 2001)
  61. Olympic rower Sir Steven Redgrave took to his feet to help to raise money for diabetes research. (29 July 2001)
  62. Battling Against Juvenile Diabetes. (29 July 2001)
  63. Camp job rewarding in many ways. (29 July 2001)
  64. Camp helps kids with diabetes lead normal life. (29 July 2001)
  65. Child diabetics head to camp on Sunday. (29 July 2001)
  66. The first diabetic to walk to the North Pole has turned his gaze to the south. (22 July 2001)
  67. Camp Fun in the Sun, a summer camp for children with diabetes, is offering scholarships to diabetic children whose families cannot afford the costs of camp. (15 July 2001)
  68. Diabetes benefit generates $300,000 worth of smiles. (15 July 2001)
  69. Kiss A Pig contest raises money for diabetes. (15 July 2001)
  70. Using a creative approach and a cuddly teddy bear, a pair of Bluefield State College senior nursing students have developed a program to help children with diabetes and their families. (15 July 2001)
  71. High school students raise money in ADA Walk. (8 July 2001)
  72. Junior golfer Mallory Code battles a deadly disease with a weapon of her own: Life. (8 July 2001)
  73. Camp Teaches Youth to Live with Disease. (1 July 2001)
  74. Joe Gondolfo will be pumping insulin on the Appalachian Trail, beginning on July 6th. (1 July 2001)
  75. Eden woman oldest living diabetic. (1 July 2001)
  76. Kentucky woman waits for pancreas transplant. (1 July 2001)
  77. Stephen Furst redirects life after diabetes. (1 July 2001)
  78. Attentiveness, quick thinking of girl, 12, save mom's life. (24 June 2001)
  79. Imus Belittles Insulin Pump Wearers; Listeners Respond. (24 June 2001)
  80. Cullinan Williams is the American Diabetes Association's new youth advocate. (24 June 2001)
  81. Schnauzer helps South Hill woman manage diabetes. (24 June 2001)
  82. Children, adults suffering from type 1 diabetes live with constant monitoring - and their fingers crossed. (24 June 2001)
  83. The ADA launched an updated version of its website. (17 June 2001)
  84. Diabetes doesn't keep resilient golfer Verplank down. (17 June 2001)
  85. Miss Winona promotes diabetes awareness. (17 June 2001)
  86. Couple plans to walk the Appalachian Trail to raise money for diabetes. (17 June 2001)
  87. Bad River tribe gardens to fight diabetes. (17 June 2001)
  88. Locals to participate in marathon for diabetes awareness. (17 June 2001)
  89. Teens who learned to cope will represent Hawaii at a diabetes children's congress. (10 June 2001)
  90. Bakersfield, California, First-grader with diabetes heading to Washington, D.C.. (10 June 2001)
  91. Baxter, Minnesota girl recognized for efforts fighting diabetes. (10 June 2001)
  92. Diabetic man bikes 100 miles in Tour de Cure. (10 June 2001)
  93. Golfer Kelli Kuehne takes on diabetes in her "Teeing It Up To Cure Diabetes" Golf Tournament. (10 June 2001)
  94. Blaine Hellman will be one of four delegates representing Nebraska in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International Children's Congress 2001 June 24 through 27 in Washington, D.C.. (3 June 2001)
  95. 'It's just a part of life': Youngsters learn to cope with juvenile diabetes. (3 June 2001)
  96. Cloone/Aughavas charity run raises over £1,700 for Diabetes Federation. (27 May 2001)
  97. Backstreet Boy A.J. McLean to raise money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. (27 May 2001)
  98. Real ailments might be good for 'Survivor'. (13 May 2001)
  99. Diabetes hasn't kept Hall out of swim of things. (6 May 2001)
  100. Fans living the dream score for diabetes research. (6 May 2001)
  101. Coach Bo encourages business leaders to walk for a diabetes cure. (6 May 2001)
  102. Kuehne an instant hit raising money for diabetes. (6 May 2001)
  103. Diabetic girl to lobby Congress. (29 April 2001)
  104. Kids build bike to help classmate. (29 April 2001)
  105. A young diabetic woman died after being seasick for three days while sailing to Antarctica on a conservation mission. (29 April 2001)
  106. Andrew will be attending the JDRF Children's Congress 2001 in Washington, DC. (22 April 2001)
  107. Two-month-old baby diagnosed with diabetes in India. (22 April 2001)
  108. New York Jets Head Coach Herman Edwards Coaches Wife vs. Diabetes. (22 April 2001)
  109. Diabetes Watch will have a 24-hour diabetes chat-a-thon from 6 am EST on April 26th through 6 am EST April 27th. (22 April 2001)
  110. Author seeks to interview teenage American boy with diabetes for Boy Scout's Boy's Life magazine. (15 Apr 2001)
  111. Children with Diabetes Foundation Announces Ambassador Team Scholarship. (15 Apr 2001)
  112. Staying healthy with Type 1 diabetes demands diligence, work. (8 Apr 2001)
  113. Caring for son is round-the-clock job. (8 Apr 2001)
  114. Article tells of Chicago sports reporter who has two sons with diabetes. (8 Apr 2001)
  115. Washington Post article revisits the question of injecting in public. (8 Apr 2001)
  116. Telethon raises money to help pay for diabetes supplies. (1 Apr 2001)
  117. Scott R. King, president of Islet Sheet Medical, was profiled in The American Spectator magazine. (11 March 2001)
  118. Young man fights diabetes with bodybuilding. (11 March 2001)
  119. The Donnelly Awards offer a $5,000 scholarship to young people with diabetes who are active in intercollegiate, interscholastic, or intramural tennis. Application deadline is May 15, 2001. (4 March 2001)
  120. Kansas City Royals pitcher Dan Reichert has Type 1 diabetes. (4 March 2001)
  121. Six-year-old daughter helps father who was unconscious from hypoglycemia. (4 March 2001)
  122. A Proud Letterman Humbled by Life tells the story of a young man living with Type 1 diabetes. (25 February 2001)
  123. Read Scott Bowles' diabetes journal, about his pancreas-kideny transplant. (18 February 2001)
  124. Diabetic climbers reach new heights in research. (11 February 2001)
  125. Savvnaah High school football star with diabetes advances to play college football. (11 February 2001)
  126. MiniMed opens new headquarters. (28 January 2001)
  127. Son gives mon glucagon injection during nighttime low. (21 January 2001)
  128. Man gets rare pancreas transplant. (21 January 2001)
  129. Teen diabetic wants to help Russians. (21 January 2001)
  130. New pancreas helps man fight diabetes. (7 January 2001)

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