- Diabetes Monitor has an excellent summary of the The Diabetes Control and Complications Trial.
- Results Confirm Proof of Concept for Amylin Replacement Therapy.
- The mission of the Congressional Diabetes Caucus is "to help improve the quality of life for 16 million Americans and support research to find a cure for diabetes."
- A new model of the Insulcap is now available that accommodates the B-D UltraFine II short-needle syringes.
- The Diabetic Daily Log is a shareware blood-glucose management application that runs under Windows 95, Windows 3.1 and DOS.
- The National Institutes of Health is sponsoring Conference on Diabetes Mellitus: Challenges and Opportunities, September 4-5, 1997 at the Natcher Conference Center, National Institutes of Health Campus, Bethesda, Maryland. For more information, contact Mr. Fred Hill at (301) 493-9674 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
- We debut a new Fundraising section under Products, highlighting products or companies that help to raise money to find a cure. Here are the the first:
- 1-800-OUR-GIFT, a mail-order florist, donates 20% of each purchase to the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.
- FIFTY-50 Home Health Services is a mail order pharmacy that donates half its profits to the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.
- Parents for a Cure is a fundraising effort through LIFELINE, a long distance telephone company, that will give 10% of your long distance bill to the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation to fund research for a cure.
- We review Everyone Likes to Eat, a book about meal planning using exchanges.
- Layered Orange Pinapple Mold makes a great summertime dessert.
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