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- Allison Nava shares with us her experiences with being diagnosed with diabetes.
- Joe Ward joins the Diabetes Team in answering your questions. To date, the Diabetes Team has answered more than 1,600 questions, all of which are fully keyword indexed to help you find the information you need.
- Camp Buck, formerly Camp Nevada, has updated information for campers interested in spending a week at beautiful Lake Tahoe.
- The Ontario Youth Affiliate of the Canadian Diabetes Association is organizing a Youth Day.
- The Featured Book of the Week is Stop the Rollercoaster: How to Take Charge of Your Blood Sugars in Diabetes by John Walsh, P.A., C.D.E., Ruth Roberts, M.A., and Lois Jovanovic-Peterson, M.D.
- The Dia B Tees Information Center is a collection of links to diabetes information on the web.
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