Of Continuing Interest
- The Diabetes Team is seeking qualified health care professionals to help answer your questions.
- The Message Board has been upgraded. New features, such as letting your browser remember your password, make it much easier to use. If you are a Message Board user, please take a few minutes to explore the new features.
- Kristine Lilly is conducting a survey run by the Child Study Center of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia and the University of Kansas Medical Center.
New This Week
- Megan Goodrich is twelve years old and was recently diagnosed.
- Chapter 3 of Sugared Three, poetry by Arlene G. Mishanie, is online. The final chapter is written from her son's perspective on the disease.
- The Texas Lions Camp in Kerrville, Texas, offers camp for kids with diabetes and other disabilities. The camp is fully paid for by the Texas Lions.
- Camp Hope, sponsored by the Wyoming Affiliate of the American Diabetes Association, provides summer camp for children with diabetes between the ages of 7 and 18.
- Diabetes Institutes researchers isolate gene, protein involved in pancreatic islet regeneration.
- In an editorial entitled Islet and Pancreatic Transplantation -- Autoimmunity and Alloimmunity, Drs. George S. Eisenbarth and Mark Stegall of the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes discuss the limits to the success of pancreatic transplants.
- Battling for a Normal Life for Geoffrey highlights the need for legislation to prevent discrimination against children with diabetes in school and child care settings.
- Exercise: An Alternative Therapy for Gestational Diabetes offers advice on managing gestational diabetes. From The Physician and Sportsmedicine, Vol 24 , No. 3, March 1996.
- The Integ LifeGuide is a bloodless glucose measuring device currently under development.
- Gray Ribbon web sites are springing up all over. Here are two:
- World Diabetes is a newsletter from the World Health Organization.
- The National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse, a service of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, provides titles, abstracts and availability information on diabetes information and health education materials.
- Diabetes Educators Online, from the West Virginia University School of Nursing, is designed to address the online information needs of the beginning and experienced Diabetes Educator.
- Comp-Pat-Able Diabetes Page contains links to South African diabetes pages.
- Auto Control Medical is a Canadian distributor of diabetes control and home health care products.
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