- Meg is a 12 year old girl diagnosed in May 1999.
- Robin O'Callaghan shares what's it's like to have a child with diabetes from infancy.
- In June 1999, we published 150 answers to questions sent to the Diabetes Team, bringing our published total to 3,746. What's your question?
- We report on research and poster presentations from the 59th Annual Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association.
- Study examines Use of Insulin Pump Therapy at Night Only for Pre-Teen Children with Type 1 Diabetes.
- Study Examines Intensive Therapy and Children.
- Science News Online reports on a Finnish study, reported at the 1999 ADA Scientific Sessions, linking cow's milk to increased risk of Type 1 diabetes.
- JDF reports first Children's Congress is an unprecedented success.
- Make plans to attend the Diabetes Research Institute "A World of Hope" Conference in October 1999 to learn about the latest research into a cure.
- "Silent Diabetes": A Hidden Stage Of Type 1? is from the June 1999 issue of Diabetes Forecast.
- PBS Healthweek featured stories about people with diabetes during the last week of June 1999.
- The 17th International Diabetes Federation Congress will be held from November 5-10, 2000 in Mexico City.
- Insulin Infusion Specialties (1-800-838-7867) carries a great variety of pumping supplies and has a special Pump Buddies program to help potential pump wearers connect with people already wearing a pump.
- Last week's poll asked readers whether they carry medical identification products. This week's poll asks readers about ways they can contact their diabetes team.
- We review Clinical Management of the Child and Teenager with Diabetes by Leslie Plotnick, M.D. and Randi Henderson.
- The Featured Book of the Week is The "I Can't Believe This Has No Sugar" Cookbook by Deborah E. Buhr.
- children with DIABETES was selected as an Ask Jeeves Silver Platter Site.
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