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- Brittany is 12 years old (almost 13) and just got an insulin pump. She's keeping a diary of her experiences with the pump and is sharing it with us.
- The ADA Tour de Cure is coming to a town near you. Be sure to participate.
- There are three new Camps for Kids with Diabetes this week:
- The Boggy Creek Gang Camp in Florida is a sister camp to Paul Newman's Hole in the Wall Gang camp in Connecticut.
- Chris Dudley Basketball Camp in Oregon is for boys and girls with diabetes, ages 9 to 14, who want to learn about basketball.
- Diabetes Wellness Camp is for kids with diabetes in Tennessee.
- Insulin pumps provide unparalleled flexibility. This overview will help you decide if they're right for you.
- Deutsches Diabetes Forum provides diabetes information in German.
- Medic Assist is a card you carry in your wallet to alert emergency medical help of your diabetes.
- London Drugs, a Canadian drug store chain, has information about Living With Diabetes, including information about an in-home kidney function test that measures small amounts of protein in the urine.
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