Of Continuing Interest
- Long-time users of Children with Diabetes may have some questions about the recent press release about Diabetes123 taking over the Children with Diabetes web site. To help explain what's happening, I've written a brief letter about the new team behind the website.
- Preregister for diabetes123 and receive a free online diabetes education class when we launch our new services.
- Alberta Foundation Reports on Successful Islet Transplants.
- For families who attended Orlando 2000, we've posted eight pages of photos for you to enjoy.
- We report on several new products announced at the recent ADA Scientific Sessions.
New This Week
- Camp Ivy is a day camp in Hampton, Georgia.
- Severe diabetic problems end when patients receive transplanted cells, study shows. (CNN news report with video of Dr. James Shapiro)
- Diabetes Portal has information about islet cell transplant trials.
- Primary Care Falls Short On Helping Diabetics To Help Themselves.
- Consumption of colas and other carbonated beverages is associated with bone fractures in teenage girls. (Free Medscape membership required)
- Novel Test Developed at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Pinpoints Location of Rare Insulin Disorder to Guide Surgical Cure in Newborns.
- Study explored sleep apnoea in children with diabetes.
- JDF is accepting applications for the second JDF Children's Congress, to be held in Washington, D.C. in June 2001.
- Last week's poll asked readers when they last had their eyes or their child's eyes checked for reinopathy. This week's poll asks readers if they or their child have had a microalbumin test.
- The Featured Book of the Week is The Sun, The Rain, and The Insulin: Growing Up With Diabetes by Joan MacCracken, M.D.
- Tips for Campers and Parents is Worth a Look.
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