- Report from the ADA's 58th Scientific Sessions in Chicago. Check back each day this week for an updated report.
- Summer camp is fast approaching. Camps for kids with diabetes that have updated information this week include:
- Camp Challenge is a unique camp in New Mexico for children 8-13 years who have diabetes.
- Camp Conrad-Chinnock is located in the San Bernadino Mountains near Los Angeles, California. They even have an adult camp!
- Camp EDI is a summer day camp in Fall River, Massachusetts.
- Camp Hopewell is near Oxford, Mississippi.
- Camp Kushtaka is in Cooper Landing, Alaska.
- Camp UTADA is sponsored by the American Diabetes Association, Utah Affiliate.
- Camp Gulf Coast is a day camp for young kids with diabetes in Lyman, Mississippi.
- Twin Lakes Diabetes Camp has 465 acres of beautiful forests, field and lakes in Mississippi.
- The mission of the Diabetes Foundation Of Mississippi is to serve the diabetes community within Mississippi.
- Diabetic Meter Utility v1.4 is now available.
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