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Diabetes News in the Popular Press from 2002

  1. We mourn the passing of Russ Berrie, whose company made the Rufus and Ruby bears that have brightened the lives of so many children with diabetes. (29 December 2002)
  2. A 16-year-old Salem boy was acquitted on charges of deliberately harming a diabetic Leetonia girl who had to be hospitalized after he pushed her insulin pump. (29 December 2002)
  3. Close Shave Will Benefit Diabetes Charity. (29 December 2002)
  4. Students run marathon to fight diabetes. (29 December 2002)
  5. Verplank remains resilient as he battles diabetes. (29 December 2002)
  6. Jacksonville Jaguars offensive line helped save Christmas for a family hit hard by medical bills after a son was diagnosed with diabetes. (29 December 2002)
  7. Sailors see little cheer in lonely Southern Ocean. (29 December 2002)
  8. Hospitals take hard look at viability of diabetes education. (29 December 2002)
  9. We mourn the passing of Gary Hempleman, who often shared his experiences and wisdom with everyone in our chat rooms. (22 December 2002)
  10. Injuries, diabetes don't deter Pitt Defensive Tackle. (22 December 2002)
  11. Local women train for marathon to fight diabetes. (22 December 2002)
  12. Rejection gene for pig organs blocked. (22 December 2002)
  13. Cut school nurses, it's pupils who bleed. (22 December 2002)
  14. Risky kids' diet pills sold on Net. See also our section on Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) in Diabetes. (22 December 2002)
  15. Diabetes is the third main cause of death in Brunei Darussalam. (22 December 2002)
  16. Japanese firm unveils world's smallest needle. (22 December 2002)
  17. Sontra Medical Corporation was recently awarded a patent for a technology that can be used for a continuous glucose monitoring system. (22 December 2002)
  18. Montana Woman magazine interviews Larue and Staisha Drager. (15 December 2002)
  19. Friend lost, mission found. (15 December 2002)
  20. Diabetic pilot says sky no limit: First round-the-world attempt by pilot with type 1 diabetes. (15 December 2002)
  21. Diabetes message goes bush. (15 December 2002)
  22. School Districts Fight Diabetes Trend is an audio recording from National Public Radio about a school with a dedicated diabetes nurse. (15 December 2002)
  23. Staying pumped on diabetes. (15 December 2002)
  24. 'No worker's comp' for diabetic. (15 December 2002)
  25. Gene Therapy Seen Hopeful For Sufferers Of Diabetes. (15 December 2002)
  26. Juvenile diabetes, a struggle for lifetime. (15 December 2002)
  27. Racer Villeneuve takes to slopes. (15 December 2002)
  28. Rufus tours world, boosts spirits. (8 December 2002)
  29. Long-distance dad is home after diabetes run. (8 December 2002)
  30. Teen Advocate Allison Blass is Inspiration to Many. (8 December 2002)
  31. 911 lesson helped girl save diabetic mom. (8 December 2002)
  32. ACEs Wild: Clinical trials, lab evidence, and a new theory probe untapped potential for ACE inhibitors. (Free registration required) (8 December 2002)
  33. Recreation: Scoring a big recovery. (8 December 2002)
  34. Wave Goodbye to Finger Sticks? (8 December 2002)
  35. Living well with diabetes. (8 December 2002)
  36. Your Tattoo Is Saying Something. (8 December 2002)
  37. Novo Nordisk lines up trials of insulin inhaler Aerx in India. (8 December 2002)
  38. Anatomy of a gut reaction is an article about celiac. (8 December 2002)
  39. Young fighter, family take on juvenile diabetes. (1 December 2002)
  40. Decimated by diabetes. (1 December 2002)
  41. Four-year-old saved diabetic mom's life. (1 December 2002)
  42. 30 million Indians suffer from diabetes. (1 December 2002)
  43. High Sierra 4-H Walks To Find A Cure For Diabetes. (24 November 2002)
  44. Transplant fights severe diabetes. (24 November 2002)
  45. Father resists idea of transferring son for access to nurse. (24 November 2002)
  46. Aged 10, with diabetes, and already her ideal world's gone. (24 November 2002)
  47. Health-conscious attend conference. (24 November 2002)
  48. Gingerbread genius: Architectural firms create confectionary street of dreams. (24 November 2002)
  49. COOK OF THE WEEK: These are tasty recipes. (24 November 2002)
  50. Boynton a chip off old block. (24 November 2002)
  51. Attacking the goal, and chronic disease. (24 November 2002)
  52. Incidence of diabetes grows among Latinos. (24 November 2002)
  53. Is Diabetes The Next High Cholesterol? (24 November 2002)
  54. 12 firms to battle diabetes, depression. (24 November 2002)
  55. Ethiopian Diabetic Association Obtains Donation. (Donation worth approximately US$27,500.) (24 November 2002)
  56. Umbilical cord blood drawing more interest. (24 November 2002)
  57. 'Quilt for Life' block made in honor of Bolivar toddler with diabetes. (17 November 2002)
  58. Promise of insulin injection-free lives. (17 November 2002)
  59. Health alert: How cool is your insulin vial? (17 November 2002)
  60. 'Now, I'm in charge of my diabetes'. (17 November 2002)
  61. Daughter's diabetes spurs dad to develop lifesaving device. (17 November 2002)
  62. USDA probes Nebraska GM insulin crop contamination. (17 November 2002)
  63. Mary Tyler Moore in SLC, Pleads for Support of Stem Cell Research. (17 November 2002)
  64. 'Adult' diabetes cases up for teens. (17 November 2002)
  65. A School Test For Lifetime. (17 November 2002)
  66. Therafuse working on innovative insulin pump device. (10 November 2002)
  67. Students step forward for friend. (10 November 2002)
  68. Babies to spend decade in study to curb diabetes; Researchers hope to prove suspected link to cow's milk. (10 November 2002)
  69. British pilot flies through the Kingdom, continuing worldwide diabetes campaign. See also UK diabetes campaigner to fly in and Diabetes World Flight. (10 November 2002)
  70. Morningside man embarks on Antarctic quest. See also The Ultimate Fundraising Walk: 730 miles across the Antarctic to the South Pole – with diabetes and NovoLog and Will's Excellent Antarctic Adventure. (10 November 2002)
  71. Diabetes study gets cash boost of £35,000. (10 November 2002)
  72. Diabetes Robs George Of England Place. (10 November 2002)
  73. 25% Saudis are diabetic, new statistics reveal. (10 November 2002)
  74. UK researchers testing possible diabetes vaccine. (3 November 2002)
  75. Evidence points to A1 link to diabetes. (3 November 2002)
  76. Juvenile diabetes a numbers game for local family. (3 November 2002)
  77. Family’s knowledge, vigilance help 6-year-old cope with diabetes. (3 November 2002)
  78. Juvenile Diabetes survivor seeks help in finding a cure. (3 November 2002)
  79. Teen's death prompts new DHR standards. (3 November 2002)
  80. 26-year-old diabetic inmate died because he didn't get treatment. (3 November 2002)
  81. Debiotech MEMS-based pump for insulin delivery in October issue of Small Times Magazine. (3 November 2002)
  82. Stem Cells From Cord Blood Show Promise. (27 October 2002)
  83. Juvenile diabetics carry with them adult fears. (27 October 2002)
  84. Myrtle Grove school staff joins diabetes effort in honor of young student. (27 October 2002)
  85. For kids, new device is a gain with no pain. (27 October 2002)
  86. Halloween presents challenges for children with diabetes. (27 October 2002)
  87. Children With Diabetes Can Enjoy Halloween's Sugary Treats. (27 October 2002)
  88. Teen leads active life despite diabetes. (27 October 2002)
  89. Mom Hopes Diabetes Walk Will Fund Cure. (27 October 2002)
  90. Hollywood raises funds and hopes for a final go-round with diabetes. (27 October 2002)
  91. Helping others adds meaning to life: Tiong. (27 October 2002)
  92. Voice of the Diabetic, a magazine for people with diabetes who are also visually impaired, has two articles about insulin pumps: Nikki And Her Insulin Pump and If You Exercise and Use Insulin, Then Pump It! (20 October 2002)
  93. Kids learn there are others with diabetes. (20 October 2002)
  94. Diabetes doesn't stop family's or girl's drive. (20 October 2002)
  95. Lauren Szablak is not about to let disease slow her. (20 October 2002)
  96. The Fight Against Juvenile Diabetes. (20 October 2002)
  97. Max has an instinct for nightwatch. (20 October 2002)
  98. Teen leads active life despite diabetes. (20 October 2002)
  99. Running for a cure: Local runner competing in marathon to raise money for diabetes research. (20 October 2002)
  100. Pacemaker helps diabetic eat. (20 October 2002)
  101. Stem Cell Science Offers New Hope to Diabetics. (13 October 2002)
  102. UCI to test diabetes treatment. (13 October 2002)
  103. RUBY: Buffalo eighth grader hosts diabetes awareness bear. (13 October 2002)
  104. Grueling Ironman competition is the culmination of a dream for Stephen Manley. (13 October 2002)
  105. Two diabetics take up tests of supreme endurance. (13 October 2002)
  106. Insulin Pumps-The Future of Diabetes? (13 October 2002)
  107. Stuffed with diabetes information. (13 October 2002)
  108. VA conducting insulin trial: One of 40 in U.S., Canada and Brazil. (13 October 2002)
  109. A Different Face of Eating Disorders: Diabulimia. (13 October 2002)
  110. Insulin Pumps Can Be Kids' Play. (13 October 2002)
  111. Living with diabetes. (13 October 2002)
  112. Keeping ahead of diabetes. (13 October 2002)
  113. Finnie's fury at 'cowardly' illness jibe sadly illustrates that discrimination against people with diabetes exists even at the highest levels of government. (13 October 2002)
  114. Women Can Fight an Almost Secret Syndrome examines PCOS. (Free registration required) (13 October 2002)
  115. Kids learn there are others with diabetes. (6 October 2002)
  116. Diabetes doesn't stop family's or girl's drive. (6 October 2002)
  117. Hopes dashed for greater role by schools in diabetes care. (6 October 2002)
  118. Mentors aid kids with diabetes. (6 October 2002)
  119. Hopes dashed for greater role by schools in diabetes care. (6 October 2002)
  120. New pancreas transplant surgery gives patients with Type 1 fresh lease on life. (29 September 2002)
  121. Wake Forest receives $20 million NIH grant to oversee type 1 diabetes genetics study. (29 September 2002)
  122. Camp makes life sweeter for diabetic kids. (29 September 2002)
  123. Hundreds of walkers raise funds for diabetes. (29 September 2002)
  124. Lowell puts on its walking shoes for juvenile diabetes benefit Sunday. (29 September 2002)
  125. Christina Frenzel is chronicling her last year of high school. (29 September 2002)
  126. Teenager copes with diabetes. (29 September 2002)
  127. Nothing seems to stop Wagner tailback Davis. (29 September 2002)
  128. Circling the globe for diabetes. (29 September 2002)
  129. Oakland's Nurse Joe - He fights diabetes in schools. (29 September 2002)
  130. Verplank Succeeding Despite Diabetes. (29 September 2002)
  131. No more needles: Companies develop options. (29 September 2002)
  132. Complex rules create a red light for diabetics. (29 September 2002)
  133. Door County man gets new diabetes treatment. (22 September 2002)
  134. UW tries surgery that may cure a type of diabetes. (22 September 2002)
  135. Stem Cells Key to Diabetes Cure. (22 September 2002)
  136. Promised diabetes treatment review shelved. (22 September 2002)
  137. Football Is the Best Medicine For Ailing South River Coach. (22 September 2002)
  138. Penn State lineman overcomes health concerns. (22 September 2002)
  139. Walkers raise $1.2M in hike for juvenile diabetes. (22 September 2002)
  140. Diabetes walk raises $305,000. (22 September 2002)
  141. Walk aims to benefit fight vs. diabetes. (22 September 2002)
  142. Friends share battle with diabetes, hope for a cure. (22 September 2002)
  143. Pop treat for diabetes teenager. (22 September 2002)
  144. School district tries to ferret out diabetes. (22 September 2002)
  145. Wheelin' and dealin': Bikers ready to roll in Poker Run to Key West. (22 September 2002)
  146. U.S. Golf Pro Scott Verplank Takes On Ryder Cup and Diabetes; Verplank Improves Health and Achieves Goals With Insulin Pump Therapy. (22 September 2002)
  147. Eli Lilly in Deal for the Rights to a New Diabetes Drug. (Free registration required) (22 September 2002)
  148. Diabetes center goes bilingual. (22 September 2002)
  149. San Francisco Chronicle columnist Jon Carroll has recently published two articles about diabetes and islet transplantation entitled The romance of the islets and The Islets find a new home. (15 September 2002)
  150. Promise of a cure for diabetes: Mom makes deal with teen daughter. (15 September 2002)
  151. Diabetic hiker in coma saved after two weeks. (15 September 2002)
  152. Plight of Diabetes Patients reports on diabetes in Zimbabwe. (15 September 2002)
  153. Physicians turn to liposuction when diabetics don't diet. (15 September 2002)
  154. Philadelphia Eagle Sinclair has diabetes, is sixth in sacks among active players. (15 September 2002)
  155. New Yorkers can order 'Drive Out Diabetes' license plates that help fund diabetes research. Plates can be ordered online. (15 September 2002)
  156. High school football player deals with diabetes. (8 September 2002)
  157. Youngster spreads word about diabetes. (8 September 2002)
  158. A three-month-old girl from Ottawa has been chosen as the first North American participant in the largest Canadian pediatric clinical study on preventing Type 1 diabetes. (8 September 2002)
  159. Future Detection Devices Hold Promise, Experts Warn Against Hype. (8 September 2002)
  160. New thoughts about causes of diabetes. (8 September 2002)
  161. Researchers hold the answer. (8 September 2002)
  162. British diabetic team attempts to complete long trek across the Antarctic. See also The Ultimate Walk. (8 September 2002)
  163. BoldStatement.tv will be hosting live streaming video, journal updates and race data from John Dennis' around the world voyage. John is participating in the 2002/03 Around Alone race as the skipper of the Bayer Ascensia. John will be making history with this race as the first skipper with diabetes to compete in a solo global yacht race. (8 September 2002)
  164. TV link to doctors. (8 September 2002)
  165. Checklist for diabetic students. (1 September 2002)
  166. Health Officials Unleash 'Diabetes Monster'. (1 September 2002)
  167. Diabetes war sends 'em running. (1 September 2002)
  168. 5 cops fired in death of diabetic. (1 September 2002)
  169. Diabetes man goes it alone. (1 September 2002)
  170. Back to school with Diabetes. (25 August 2002)
  171. Easier Monitoring Of Diabetes Is Focus Of Symposium. (25 August 2002)
  172. Lawsuit accuses educator of battery in case where assistant principal pulled insulin pump away from student. (25 August 2002)
  173. From Pain to Compassion by Barry S. Sternlicht, chief executive of Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, recounts his son's diagnosis. (Free registration required) (25 August 2002)
  174. Islet cell transplants give diabetics hope. (18 August 2002)
  175. Insulin Pump Helps Young Children. (18 August 2002)
  176. Golf article discusses Scott Verplank's use of an insulin pump. (18 August 2002)
  177. Two Tennessee Titans Football Players Battle Diabetes Daily. (18 August 2002)
  178. More kids get Type 2 diabetes. (18 August 2002)
  179. Pig-cell diabetes effort moves to Australia. (18 August 2002)
  180. When there is a cure, what is the first thing you are going to do? is a survey being run on the Curenow website, run by Allison Blass, a seventeen year old high school senior with type 1 diabetes who lives in Oregon. (18 August 2002)
  181. At Camp Grins and Needles. (11 August 2002)
  182. Greenville family works to 'lure in a cure' for diabetes. (11 August 2002)
  183. Diabetes under control at school. (11 August 2002)
  184. STOMP is a federally funded parent training and information center that assists military families who have children with special education or health needs. (11 August 2002)
  185. Geneticists discover what pushes diseases' buttons. (11 August 2002)
  186. Hormone's newfound function may hold key to treating obesity. (11 August 2002)
  187. Boy with diabetes, 16, dies in custody of Alabama Department of Human Resources. (4 August 2002)
  188. Leader of Florida's screening program for type 1 diabetes supports program's effectiveness. (4 August 2002)
  189. Family converts diagnosis into drive for all diabetics. (4 August 2002)
  190. Islet transplants to be available in Japan soon. (4 August 2002)
  191. Driver with diabetes to be charged with vehicular manslaughter in accident that caused death. (4 August 2002)
  192. A disorderly conduct charge filed against a diabetic Heath man who went into shock in a Kroger parking lot has been dismissed. (4 August 2002)
  193. Strong Statistical Correlation Between Prevalence Of Diabetes, Air Pollution. (4 August 2002)
  194. Study: 'Sexier' diseases get most cash. (4 August 2002)
  195. Patients hail cell transplant for diabetes. (4 August 2002)
  196. DMC Tour (Diagnose, Manage, Cure) is the web site of Mark Winegarden and his son Adam, highlighting their cross-Canada bike trip to raise awareness and money for diabetes. (28 July 2002)
  197. What juvenile diabetes means to Starwood's Barry Sternlicht. (28 July 2002)
  198. High cost of 'curing' diabetes. (28 July 2002)
  199. HMOs agree on treatment for diabetics. (28 July 2002)
  200. Canadian Diabetes Association Awards $5 Million to Diabetes Research. (28 July 2002)
  201. Food agency condemns 'diabetes' labelling. (28 July 2002)
  202. Easy Diabetic Care for Kids is about 4-year-old Camden Greene who uses an insulin pump. (14 July 2002)
  203. Diabetes and Depression. (14 July 2002)
  204. Transplant May Help Some Type 1 Diabetics: Study. (14 July 2002)
  205. Aussie approves diabetes treatment. (14 July 2002)
  206. My Turn: Adjusting to a Life of Endless Calculations. (14 July 2002)
  207. Incidence of diabetes increasing in the Middle East. (14 July 2002)
  208. Diabetic student to remain at her own school; Officials back off plans to transfer 5-year-old girl. (7 July 2002)
  209. Run for life: This is for Maggie, all diabetics. (7 July 2002)
  210. Camp helps diabetic children embrace a spirit of adventure. (7 July 2002)
  211. Children learn to manage diabetes at special camp. (7 July 2002)
  212. Endocrinologist Margaret Lawson, who usually moves at top speed, knows it will take years to find out if her work will improve the lives of children with diabetes. (7 July 2002)
  213. Bret Michaels rocks the diabetes world. (7 July 2002)
  214. Baxter teen seeks to educate others about diabetes. (7 July 2002)
  215. Two brothers today set off on a challenge of a lifetime to climb a mountain to raise money to help diabetes sufferers. (7 July 2002)
  216. Device gives Vidalia girl normal life. (7 July 2002)
  217. New food symbol launched in Australia to identify blood sugar glycemic index rating. (7 July 2002)
  218. Ways to treat depression in family caregivers. (7 July 2002)
  219. Utah Jazz center Greg Ostertag donates kidney to younger sister with diabetes. See also Jazz Center Ostertag Donates Kidney to Sister. (30 June 2002)
  220. Camp helps diabetic children embrace a spirit of adventure. (30 June 2002)
  221. Are early tests for diabetes the right choice? (30 June 2002)
  222. Quilter fights for a diabetes cure. (23 June 2002)
  223. Raising Diabetes Awareness. (23 June 2002)
  224. Making aviation history — Pilot with diabetes first ever to perform in air show. (23 June 2002)
  225. Jim Turner 'manages' his Type 1 diabetes. (23 June 2002)
  226. Hospital investigates claims of boy nearly given fatal jab. (23 June 2002)
  227. Cohoes, New York Proclaims Week of June 24th as Juvenile Diabetes Awareness Week. (16 June 2002)
  228. Students' storybook honors classmate who died after illness. (16 June 2002)
  229. Nutrition center head aims at diabetes. (16 June 2002)
  230. Canada's largest clinical trial to study diabetes: Goal of preventing disease in children by keeping them off cow's milk. (16 June 2002)
  231. UK Medical Devices Agency issues diabetes pen warning. (16 June 2002)
  232. No babes, but these pigs could be stars. (16 June 2002)
  233. Fast Food Franchises in Hospitals. (16 June 2002)
  234. Cooking up a balance: New approaches help diabetics make tasty food. (16 June 2002)
  235. Concerns raised over wait for diabetic child assessments. (16 June 2002)
  236. Families in Indianapolis are invited to a free Indianapolis Indians game, courtesy of Bayer Diagnostics. (9 June 2002)
  237. R U taking UR insulin? (9 June 2002)
  238. Dealing with diabetes: Knowing disease warning signs can prevent tragic loss. (9 June 2002)
  239. Fifth-graders raise $4,460 toward search for a cure. (9 June 2002)
  240. No More Shots? Transplants for Diabetes Hold Promise, Face Limitations. (2 June 2002)
  241. Utah Jazz center Greg Ostertag will donate one of his kidneys to a sister who has diabetes. (2 June 2002)
  242. Teen tackles illness head on. (2 June 2002)
  243. Schools pushed to improve diabetics' care. (26 May 2002)
  244. New virus link to diabetes. (26 May 2002)
  245. Mother knows best. (26 May 2002)
  246. Making diabetes less of a pain. (26 May 2002)
  247. Diabetic children tell congressman: Remember a cure for us. (19 May 2002)
  248. Year-End Data Confirm Anticipated Diabetes Pandemic Experts Predict Worldwide Cases To Explode Over The Next 25 Years in Canada. (19 May 2002)
  249. Diabetes doesn't slow down Raceland athlete. (12 May 2002)
  250. Parents commit to raising diabetes funds and awareness. (12 May 2002)
  251. Computer program will translate so docs can treat diabetes in Spanish speakers. (12 May 2002)
  252. Regimen Offers Hope for Some Diabetics. (5 May 2002)
  253. South African birth research to benefit world. (5 May 2002)
  254. School 'did not discriminate' against boy. (5 May 2002)
  255. 12-year-old player raised almost $500 for the Bermuda Diabetes Association. (5 May 2002)
  256. Green Bay Packer great Max McGee to speak at diabetes center. (5 May 2002)
  257. Jordanian fencing champion battles diabetes. (5 May 2002)
  258. Midway elementary schools focus on funds for diabetes research. (28 April 2002)
  259. Boy uses birthday to aid diabetes research. (28 April 2002)
  260. One pump helped restore her life. (21 April 2002)
  261. Scientists Close in on Trigger Of Insulin Resistance. (21 April 2002)
  262. Kanata girl gives Rufus the Bear some TLC. (21 April 2002)
  263. Dealing with diabetes, Gardiner girl seeks to live normal life. (14 April 2002)
  264. Dale Obbie wants to climb the Adirondacks with his dad - and he won't let a "wretched disease" stop him. (14 April 2002)
  265. Run may raise more dollars for diabetes. (14 April 2002)
  266. Insulin pump helps Verplank. (14 April 2002)
  267. Orioles pitcher Jason Johnson uses insulin pump. (14 April 2002)
  268. Cooks against diabetes bid. (14 April 2002)
  269. Government pushing us out says Diatranz. (14 April 2002)
  270. Government must answer the hard biotech questions. (14 April 2002)
  271. The Ultimate Walk to Cure Diabetes is a journey across the Antarctic to raise money to accelerate research for the cure of diabetes. See also Will Cross, Adventurer. (14 April 2002)
  272. Eight-year-old girls dies of type 1 diabetes while under care of alternative medicine doctor who denied she had diabetes. See also Mother testifies she trusted naturopath in diabetic daughter's care. (14 April 2002)
  273. Cooks PM defers pig-cell research. (31 March 2002)
  274. Emory to perform transplants of islet cells for diabetes. (31 March 2002)
  275. Collaboration key for xenotransplants. (31 March 2002)
  276. Researchers using Gila Monster for diabetes testing. (31 March 2002)
  277. Diagnosis: Supersize examines the connection between fast food and obesity in children. (Free registration required) (31 March 2002)
  278. Camps boost diabetes fight in Bahrain. (31 March 2002)
  279. Man Walking From Miami to Portland, Maine, to Raise Diabetes Awareness. (31 March 2002)
  280. Group sessions give doctors more time with patients. (31 March 2002)
  281. State's in-home care program crucial to many. (31 March 2002)
  282. Delaware officials see diabetes epidemic. (24 March 2002)
  283. Cook Isles Preliminary OK To Diabetes Trial. (10 March 2002)
  284. Cases of diabetes among children in Bahrain is growing. (10 March 2002)
  285. Medtronic subsidiary MiniMed strives hard to develop artificial pancreas. (10 March 2002)
  286. Away on Business: Airport security and medical concerns. (10 March 2002)
  287. Diabetes can't strike out Cassidy. (10 March 2002)
  288. The 28th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Pediatric and Adolescent Diabetes will be held in Graz, Austria, from September 18th - 21st, 2002. (3 March 2002)
  289. Austrailia and United States working on diabetes vaccine. (3 March 2002)
  290. Two Penn seniors have made it their mission to provide assistance to diabetic children in Ecuador. (3 March 2002)
  291. Funding for UK study of type 2 diabetes in kids in jeopardy. (3 March 2002)
  292. Pig cells on political agenda discusses the work of Dr. Bob Elliot from New Zealand, who is using xenotransplantation to cure type 1 diabetes. (17 February 2002)
  293. Breakthrough for diabetics banned in NZ. (17 February 2002)
  294. Diabetics give Fitzsimons food for thought. (17 February 2002)
  295. Micro pump works without moving parts. (17 February 2002)
  296. Parents Can Influence Their Teenagers to Eat Properly. (17 February 2002)
  297. A diabetic since his freshman year of high school, Lafayette's Mike Farrell has not let the disease get in his way. (17 February 2002)
  298. Why Diabetes Guidelines Less Restrictive. (10 February 2002)
  299. Young girl jazzes up diabetes fight. (3 February 2002)
  300. Transplant research gives hope to diabetes sufferers. (3 February 2002)
  301. Wilkins man organizes indoor rowing benefit in city to help diabetes battle. (3 February 2002)
  302. Girls excel on the court and the field, despite medical challenges. (27 January 2002)
  303. Only a Year and a Half After Diabetes Diagnosis, Champion Cross-Country Skier Pursues His Olympic Dream. (27 January 2002)
  304. Daughter's quick thinking saves mother's life. (20 January 2002)
  305. Hero award goes to alert boy. (20 January 2002)
  306. Football Aid in the UK is raising money to help fund research aimed at curing type 1 diabetes. (20 January 2002)
  307. Cell transplant could cure diabetes. (13 January 2002)
  308. Overcoming juvenile diabetes with a little planning. (13 January 2002)
  309. The Washington Post recently had an article about Type 2 Diabetes. (6 January 2002)
  310. University of Miami's kicker Todd Sievers succeeds while wearing an insulin pump. (6 January 2002)
  311. City plans program to combat diabetes among youths. (6 January 2002)
  312. Diabetes: Asia's Modern Scourge. (6 January 2002)

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