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  1. Amber is nine and is considering the pump.

  2. Haley is three-and-a-half and was diagnosed in December 1999.

  3. We welcome Jill Weissberg-Benchell, PhD as a full-time member of the Diabetes Team.

  4. Settlement reached in Board of Education lawsuit, allowing student access to her glucose monitor and diabetes supplies within the school, wherever and whenever it is necessary.

  5. Volunteers Needed For Type 2 Diabetes Genetic Research Study

  6. JDF Launches Promise to Remember Me Campaign 2000.

  7. You can read the GlucoWatch Presentation given by Cygnus before the FDA.

  8. Potentials and pitfalls in neonatal screening for type 1 diabetes.

  9. Study explores injection related anxiety in insulin-treated diabetes.

  10. Continuous glucose monitoring used to adjust diabetes therapy improves glycosylated hemoglobin: a pilot study.

  11. Lessons from recent epidemiological studies in type 1 childhood diabetes.

  12. We review the new ninth edition of Understanding Insulin-Dependent Diabetes, commonly refered to as the Pink Panther Book.

  13. Jewish Volunteers Needed to Mentor Teens with Diabetes.

  14. Diabetes Education: A Self-Directed Approach is an on-line diabetes education program. Registration information is available on-line.

  15. Last week's poll asked readers how many different brands or models of blood glucose meters they regularly use. This week's poll asks readers about nutritional supplements that they use.

  16. The Featured Book of the Week is Diabetes Care for Babies, Toddlers, and Preschoolers: A Reassuring Guide by Jean Betschart, C.R.N.P., C.D.E.

  17. Our Chat Rooms are Worth a Look.

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