Of Continuing Interest
- The Fall Fundraising Drive is underway. Our goal is to raise $20,000 to help ensure the continued operation of the world's largest independent diabetes web site. As of October 17, 1999, our Fall Fundraising Drive has raised $6,822. Thank you to everyone who has responded to our call for support.
- Please visit our secure on-line store to make a membership donation or purchase one of our shirts, hats, or our diabetes book, or ask your company to make a contribution. All donations to Children with Diabetes are tax deductible.
- If you are using Microsoft's Internet Explorer 5.0 and have been unable to connect to the secure online store, please see information about Internet Explorer 5.0.
- Parents, please use our Schools Database to record the blood glucose testing policy for your child's school. Advocates for in-class testing can use this database to show the administration of their schools that kids do test in the classroom.
New This Week
- Max Seiler is in first grade and has had diabetes for a year.
- Parents and kids, send in your story and share your experiences with others.
- Join us for a special chat about diabetes and Halloween on Tuesday, October 19 at 9:00 pm Eastern Time. Steph Schwartz from the Diabetes Team joins as host in the "Halloween" chat room.
- Diabetes hasn't stopped Colby Smith from climbing three of the worlds tallest mountains.
- In spite of Hurricane Irene, the Diabetes Research Institute offered a World of Hope.
- Join your friends from Children with Diabetes in Orlando in June 2000.
- Why is diabetes research so underfunded?
- ADA declares NIH Funding Request for Diabetes "Wholly Inadequate."
- Study reports on Perioperative Glycemic Control and the Risk of Infectious Complications in a Cohort of Adults With Diabetes.
- Stephen Guy, M.D., Abdominal Organ Transplant Surgeon, Temple University Hospital and School of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, discusses a better pancreas transplant.
- Study reports on A Setting for Development and Treatment of Adolescent Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus.
- Dr. David E. Goldstein, MD, reviews Clinical Management of the Child and Teenager With Diabetes. His last sentence puts the complexity of caring for children with diabetes in perspective.
- Last week's poll asked readers about how many immediate family members have diabetes. This week's poll asks readers at what age they or their child began doing blood tests unassisted.
- The Featured Book of the Week is Taking Diabetes to School by Kim Gosselin.
- Developmental Issues is Worth a Look.
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