- The pages of children with DIABETES begin a slow migration to their own domain: www.childrenwithdiabetes.com. If you have the home page bookmarked, please update it at this time to the new home page: http://www.childrenwithdiabetes.com/.
- Laurie Tierney shares with us A Mother's Story.
- Daughter Dies, Mom Indicted tells the sad story of a young girl with diabetes who died of diabetic ketoacidosis.
- Dr. Sam Wentworth (from Camp Happy Hollow) is collecting diabetes supplies for a trip to Russia in December 1997. Your contributions are welcome.
- Dr. Camillo Ricordi, Scientific Director of the Diabetes Research Institute (DRI) at the University of Miami, responds to a message posted at the Islet Foundation web site regarding a letter he sent to Dr. Usala at Encelle, a corporation involved in islet cell transplant research.
- The U.S. Government spends US$1,700 per patient in AIDS research. It spends US$20 per patient on diabetes research. Sign the ADA-sponsored petition to President Clinton urging that more be spent on diabetes.
- Visit the web site of the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the JDF.
- If you live in British Columbia, visit the web page of the Endocrinology and Diabetes Unit at the British Columbia's Children's Hospital to learn more about their services.
- The ADA 1998 Buyer's Guide is on-line. Once again, the guide, originally published in Diabetes Forecast magazine, has been scanned in and consists of many very large image files.
- Sadly, the Real Time Chat Rooms have been retired. The license on the software expired and, due to lack of funding, the license was not renewed.
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