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Photos - Page 12

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At the booth of Platinum Foundation Sponsor Abbott Diabetes Care (TheraSense), visitors learned about the Flash, FreeStyle, and Precision XTRA meters
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At the booth of Platinum Sponsor LifeScan, visitors learned about the OneTouch Ultra and OneTouch UltraSmart meters
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At the booth of Platinum Sponsor Novo Nordisk visitors learned about NovoLog and the NovoPen insulin delivery systems
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At the booth of Gold Sponsor Animas visitors learned about the new IR12000 insulin pump
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At the booth of Gold Sponsor Aventis, visitors learned about the long-acting insulin Lantus
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At the booth of Gold Sponsor Roche (Accu-Chek), visitors learned about the Accu-Chek Compact and other Accu-Chek diabetes care products
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At the booth of Silver Sponsor DRI, visitors learned about the research underway at the Diabetes Research Institute
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At the booth of Silver Sponsor Smiths Medical, visitors learned about the Cozmo insulin pump and new Cozmore system that combines a blood glucose meter with the Cozmo pump
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At the booth of Silver Sponsor Medtronic MiniMed, visitors learned about the Paradigm 512 insulin pump and wireless glucose meter
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At the booth of Bronze Sponsor Unomedical, visitors learned about the new inset infusion set and other infusion sets made by Unomedical
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At the booth of Bronze Sponsor Ferndale Labs, visitors learned about LMX4 numbing cream and other products to help with insulin pump infusion sets
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At the booth of Bronze sponsor the American Diabetes Association, kids posed while their parents learned about the many ways the ADA helps families living with diabetes
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