Of Continuing Interest
- The Diabetes Team is seeking qualified health care professionals to help answer your questions.
- Kristine Lilly is conducting a survey run by the Child Study Center of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia and the University of Kansas Medical Center.
New This Week
- Jolie Baron shares with us her experiences as single-parent of a child with diabetes.
- Experimental gene therapy offers hope to diabetics briefly summarizes research into islet cell regeneration. Be sure to read a related Diabetes Team question & answer.
- Yahoo! is an official sponsor of the ADA Tour de Cure. Join the Yahoo! team and have a chance to win a trip to San Francisco and a tour of Yahoo!
- John B. Shaw (PADI OWSI 39129) is interested in locating diabetics 18 years or older that are SCUBA divers interested in participating in a Divers Alet Network study of SCUBA with diabetes. Send email email@example.com. Must be insulin dependant.
- Planning a trip to another country? Be sure you know how to say "I have diabetes" in many languages.
- The Dia Bear Club is a support group for children with diabetes in South Africa.
- The Tennessee Camp for Diabetic Children has updated dates for the 1997 camping season.
- New to Computerizing Your Meter is ZuckTage 0.8G, a German-language diabetes management system for the PSION 3a PDA.
- Erste Deutsche Diabetes Homepage is a German-language site with information about diabetes.
- P-balls are a do-it-yourself version of the Zbar and NiteBite products.
- Mrs. Williams Diabetic Delights bakery and candy shop makes cakes, cheese cakes, cookies, eclairs and other goodies without sugar for people with diabetes.
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