Children with Diabetes Hosts Roundtable Discussion at ADA 2003
Children with Diabetes hosted a roundtable discussion at the ADA 2003 Scientific Sessions. Topics included today's best strategies for control, research into technological solutions to manage blood sugars, and research into a cure. Leading the discussion were Dr. Helena Rodbard, a pediatric endocrinologist and past president of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, and Laura Billetdeaux, CWD Events Coordinator. Participants in the roundtable included:
Dr. Helena Rodbard, pediatric endocrinologist and past president of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists
Laura Billetdeaux, CWD Events Coordinator
Dr. Bruce Buckingham, pediatric endocrinologist at Stanford University's Packard Children's Hospital
Dr. Judy Fradkin, Director of the diabetes division of the NIDDK/NIH
Dr. Alan Moses, Chief Medical Officer at Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston
Tim Goodnow, Vice President of R&D for Therasense
Rhall Pope, PhD., Vice President of Research and Development at Deltec
Dr. Richard Furlanetto, Scientific Director of JDRF
You can read the full report of the discussion as a Microsoft Word 2000 document or PDF file
Last Updated: Sunday July 20, 2003 15:42:58
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