- Bioartificial Pancreas News brings you up-to-date on research activities that could lead to a cure.
- Summer Camp Fun for Kids & Teens with Diabetes in Washington State, sponsored by the ADA Washington Affiliate, provide mainstream camping experiences for kids with diabetes.
- There are a few changes to the Message Board:
- The bug that prevented AOL users from displaying the Conference lists has been fixed.
- You can now use the Message Board as a Guest User, though you will not be allowed to post messages.
- Diabetic Mentor by Vigora is a simple diabetes management package, available for both PC's running Microsoft Windows and the Macintosh.
- The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation website has the following new material:
- Diabetes Research Breakthroughs
- Health Care Reform
- Diabetes Research Funding Recommendations for Fiscal Year 1997
- The Canadian Diabetes Association website has an interesting food and diet quiz.
- Ophthalmology Associates of Ogden, Utah, has a discussion of diabetic retinopathy.
- New recipes this week include Rich Chocolate Mousse and Creamy Rice Pudding.
Items of Continuing Importance
- The Kassebaum-Kennedy Health Care Reform Act of 1995 (S.1028) needs your help.
- Parents should read about the Diabetes Prevention Trial and enroll non-diabetic siblings.
- The Friends database now has hundreds of names of parents, kids, teens and adults willing to exchange e-mail. Be sure to stop by and search for a new friend.
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