Of Continuing Interest
- Research team needs new onset cases to test immunusuppressant drug.
- FDA to Review GlucoWatch on December 6, 1999.
New This Week
- Stephanie is 10 and wants to get the pump.
- Abbie is nine and lives in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
- Megan is 12 and was has 15 cats.
- Hayley Monroe responds to people who say, "I could never do that!"
- Read about Mary DeMello and her two kids with diabetes.
- Civil Rights Agreement Reached In Loudoun County Regarding Glucagon Injections at School.
- New study shows that insulin pump therapy is better than MDI for adolescents.
- Studies Point to Extra Care Needed When Using Humalog in Pumps.
- Study shows that use of insulin pump provides better control when sleeping late on weekends.
- Immediate intensive therapy upon diagnosis preserves residual beta cell function.
- German study shows that changing from pen injections to insulin pump resulted in improved quality of life.
- The Journal of the American Medical Association reports on the GlucoWatch in Noninvasive Glucose Monitoring - Comprehensive Clinical Results.
- New Developments in the Treatment of Type-2 Diabetes: Implications for Children and Adolescents.
- Amylin Pharmaceuticals Reports Positive Results for SYMLIN in US Type 1 Diabetes Study.
- The Pump Girls joined us for a special chat on Monday, November 8, 1999.
- Last week's poll asked readers if they were interested in using the GlucoWatch if it receives FDA approval. This week's poll askes readers to describe themselves, so we can better understand our audience.
- The Featured Book of the Week is The Johns Hopkins Guide to Diabetes by Christopher D. Saudek, M.D., Richard R. Rubin, Ph.D., CDE, and Cynthia S. Shump, R.N., CDE.
- Our pages on sugar substitutes are Worth a Look.
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