- Lilly's Humalog -- First New Insulin in 14 Years -- Approved for Marketing by U.S. Food and Drug Adminstration
- Amylin Pharmaceuticals Completes Enrollment in Clinical Trials of Diabetes Drug Candidate
- Kids going to diabetes camp this summer are encouraged to send a letter to children with DIABETES telling us what you think about camp. Photos and art work are welcomed and will be returned. Letters from campers will be posted in a new section called Notes from Camp. See the Contributions page for the children with DIABETES mailing and e-mail addresses.
- Brittany brings us up to date on her new insulin pump.
- Readers of Ask the Diabetes Team will now find an Index of Question Topics to make it easier to find information.
- Prescription Laws now includes all of the United States. Visitors from around the world are encouraged to see if their country is listed.
- Grandparents of Children with Diabetes now have their own conference in the Message Board.
- We evaluate the new SureStep blood glucose meter from LifeScan.
- Camp Granada is a resident camp in Monticello, Illinois.
- MiniMed announces their latest insulin pump, the MiniMed 507.
- We review The Sun, The Rain, and The Insulin: Growing Up With Diabetes by Joan MacCracken, M.D.
- The National Diabetes Research Coalition Legislative Alert (13 June 1996)
- Can Type 2 Diabetes be Prevented? (10 June 1996)
- Strictly Sugar Free offers an assortment of sugar-free candies.
- Rainbow Valley Communication, Inc. sells products primarily for Type 2 diabetics, but they have a neat refrigerator magnet that's useful for everyone.
- Stanly Memorial Hospital Diabetes Education Page explains the diabetes education and support programs at the Stanly Memorial Hospital in Albemarle, North Carolina.
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