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Of Continuing Interest

  1. Make plans to join CWD families for our Focus on Pumping Regional Conference from March 17-19, 2006 at the Philadelphia Marriott West Hotel in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

  2. Make plans now to join us for Friends for Life: Orlando 2006, the annual CWD summer conference. Special guests include Chris Dudley, former NBA star, and Jay Leeuwenburg, former NFL star, both of whom grew up with type 1 diabetes and excelled in professional sports.

  3. Our Insulin is Not a Cure t-shirts and bracelets make great gifts and can help educate others.

  4. The Family Support Network includes over 1,760 families from all 50 states and 48 countries who are there to help. If you're new to diabetes, looking for a baby sitter, or need a college parent, the Family Support Network will help you connect with families near you. If you haven't joined, please become part of the Family Support Network.

New This Week

  1. CWD's Diabetes Team has published over 16,000 answers to your diabetes questions. What's your question?

  2. Order holiday cards from More Than Cards and help the Children with Diabetes Foundation.

  3. The Quilt for Life now has 429 panels. We need many more in preparation for a showing at the Mall in Washington, D.C. in June 2006. Please consider making a panel.

  4. Join CWD Events Coordinator Laura Billetdeaux for a chat about CWD conferences and events on Wednesday, December 7th at 9pm Eastern in the CWD Conferences chat room.

  5. Simple Solutions for Starting and Intensifying Insulin in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes is an interactive web conference for primary care physicians.

  6. Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis report on Diabetes, Cognition and the Brain and are studying Type 1 Diabetes, Memory, and the Brain.

  7. Preventing Type 2 In Your Kids.

  8. The Therapeutic Patient Education 2006 Congress, which includes the 3rd International DAWN (Diabetes Attitudes Wishes and Needs) Summit, will be held from April 27-30, 2006 in Florence, Italy. See also the DAWN Study web site.

  9. Behavioral specialists at the Joslin Diabetes Center and the University of Virginia seek help from parents who have children with diabetes from ages 6 to 11.

  10. Stanford University in California is looking for a Research Coordinator to help develop and conduct studies of diabetes-related devices in children and adolescents with diabetes.

  11. Insulin therapy device launched.

  12. Low Levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 and 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 in Patients with Newly Diagnosed Type 1 Diabetes.

  13. Osteoprotegerin serum levels in children with type 1 diabetes: a potential modulating role in bone status.

  14. The impact of diabetes mellitus on skeletal health: an established phenomenon with inestablished causes?

  15. Increased vulnerability of newly forming beta cells to cytokine-induced cell death.

  16. Facilitating Physiologic Self-Regeneration: A Step Beyond Islet Cell Replacement. Free full text available in PDF format.

  17. Intraperitoneal alginate-encapsulated neonatal porcine islets in a placebo-controlled study with 16 diabetic cynomolgus primates.

  18. Endocrine self and gut non-self intersect in the pancreatic lymph nodes.

  19. New ways in which GLP-1 can regulate glucose homeostasis. Free full text available in HTML and PDF formats. The PDF contains a simple yet excellent diagram.

  20. Sleep loss and the development of diabetes: a review of current evidence.

  21. Thyroid gland diseases in adult patients with diabetes mellitus.

  22. Further Evidence that Alzheimer's Is a Type of Diabetes. See also Impaired insulin and insulin-like growth factor expression and signaling mechanisms in Alzheimer's disease--is this type 3 diabetes?, Intracerebral streptozotocin model of type 3 diabetes: relevance to sporadic Alzheimer's disease [second abstract], Evidence Grows That Alzheimer's Is A Type Of Diabetes, and Insulin Study Backs Theory Alzheimer's May Be Type of Diabetes.

  23. Award for diabetes breakthrough. See also Queen's Anniversary Prize for Pioneering Exeter Diabetes Researchers.

  24. Early nephropathy in type 1 diabetes: a new perspective on who will and who will not progress.

  25. Transgenic expression and recovery of biologically active recombinant human insulin from Arabidopsis thaliana seeds. See also SemBioSys reports positive plant produced insulin data.

  26. D6S265*15 marks a DRB1*15, DQB1*0602 haplotype associated with attenuated protection from type 1 diabetes mellitus.

  27. Efficacy and Safety of Insulin Glulisine in Patients with Type 1 Diabetes.

  28. Impact of insulin antibodies on insulin aspart pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics after 12-week treatment with multiple daily injections of biphasic insulin aspart 30 in patients with type 1 diabetes.

  29. Administration of Lispro Insulin with Meals Improves Glycemic Control, Increases Circulating Leptin, and Suppresses Ghrelin Compared with Regular/NPH Insulin in Female Patients with Type-1 Diabetes. Free full text available in PDF format.

  30. Persistent effects of a pedagogical device targeted at prevention of severe hypoglycaemia: a randomized, controlled study.

  31. Insulin Pump Therapy and Health-Related Quality of Life in Children and Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes.

  32. Normal physical working capacity in prepubertal children with type 1 diabetes compared with healthy controls.

  33. The effects of multisystemic therapy on diabetes stress among adolescents with chronically poorly controlled type 1 diabetes: findings from a randomized, controlled trial.

  34. Gender Differences in Adherence and Metabolic Control in Urban Youth with Poorly Controlled Type 1 Diabetes: The Mediating Role of Mental Health Symptoms.

  35. Cardiovascular benefits of simultaneous pancreas-kidney transplant versus kidney alone transplant in diabetic patients.

  36. Use of technology to track program outcomes in a diabetes self-management program.

  37. Celiac disease: evaluation of the diagnosis and dietary compliance in Canadian children.

  38. The Gluten-Free Restaurant Awareness Program (GFRAP), facilitates the relationship between individuals with celiac disease and individually owned and operated restaurants that understand their dietary needs. GFRAP was developed by the Westchester Celiac Sprue Support Group.

  39. Celiac Club helps students cope.

  40. Bills aim for expanded health coverage.

  41. Crosslin attends national diabetes conference. See also Dakota Crosslin earns 'Lilly for Life Award' (photo).

  42. Dealing with diabetes.

  43. Juvenile diabetes.

  44. CDA: Start early for long-lasting disease control. Intensive therapy reduces risk of progression of retinopathy, albuminuria, even when HbA1c levels off.

  45. New pancreas offers new life.

  46. Hog wild at MicroIslet: San Diego company hopes to help diabetics with insulin-producing pig cells.

  47. Local boy faces daily challenges of juvenile diabetes.

  48. Pinning diabetes.

  49. More Ethiopian immigrants getting diabetes.

  50. NBA stock of Gonzaga's Morrison is skyrocketing.

  51. Diabetic defies doctors by circumnavigating the U.S.

  52. Stars of Innovation Win Awards in Japan.

  53. CDA launches tool to help children understand diabetes.

  54. This week's Humorous Tidbit is:
    When Marissa was home over the weekend, I got up to test her around 4 a.m. (she was staying up until 1:30 or 2:30 doing whatever in her room). Anyway, the one night, I picked up the strips, looked at the code on the meter saying 26 and said to myself, "Guess I'd better change the code since the vial says 50." In that split second, it dawned on me that the "50" I saw on the vial was the NUMBER of strips in the vial. Code 26 was written on the vial, too. It helps to be COMPLETELY conscious when testing our kids.

  55. You know you're the parent of a child with diabetes when you buy bleach not based on brand preference, but on whether the bottle would make a good sharps container.. See more parent humor.

  56. Last week's poll asked readers if they reuse lancets, syringes, or pen needles. This week's poll asks readers how many times they have checked for ketones in the past year.

  57. The Featured Product of the Week is the OneTouch UltraSmart, which is FREE AFTER $30 MAIL-IN TRADE-IN! The OneTouch® UltraSmart® is a Meter and electronic logbook in one. Get the big picture with the OneTouch UltraSmart System you don't just test. Now you can keep track of the things that affect your diabetes. Food, exercise, medication. All with push-button ease. See trends and spot patterns to help you stay in control. It's simple. The OneTouch UltraSmart System is easier to use than a paper logbook. Visit us at www.DiabeticCareServices.com. Please visit Diabetic Express to see our complete line of over 1000 other Diabetes supplies. Diabetic Express is the proud Online Store partner of Children with Diabetes and Diabetes123.

  58. The Featured Book of the Week is Sweet Kids: How to Balance Diabetes Control & Good Nutrition with Family Peace, Second Edition by Betty Page Brackenridge, MS, RD, CDE & Richard R. Rubin, PhD, CDE.

  59. The Sports Corner is Worth a Look.

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