Only 2 weeks!
There is still time to register for "It's a New Day in Diabetes" Conference and Expo, to be held from July 18-22, 2001 at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Join Olympic Gold Medalist Gary Hall, Jr. in opening the Exhibit Hall in the Coronado Ballroom on Wednesday evening from 5:30 - 9:00 pm. Gary will meet the kids individually (yes, and the parents, too), pose for photos, and hand out autographed posters.
Come to the conference and try a pump!
Animas, Disetronic and MiniMed will be offering a great opportunity for potential would-be pumpers to try a pump with saline. Reservations are required, however. Contacts are:
Animas: Maura Emory, CDE, at 1-877-YES Pump, extension 164.
Disetronic: Meredith Rivers at (800) 915-3698 ext. 5705
MiniMed: Lisa Martinez at 800-933-3322, Extention 5046.
Hundreds of families from 37 states and 13 countries are currently registered. Curious where the families are traveling from? Check out the map!
- Injected Insulin Fails to Prevent Type 1 Diabetes. See also the NIH Press Release.
- We report on the ADA's 2001 Scientific Sessions, recently held in Philadelphia.
- The Diabetes Team received 310 questions in June, publishing answers to 210. We now have answers to 7,801 questions online. What's your question?.
- Kids with diabetes treated to a fun day at the North Mississippi Medical Center's Diabetes Treatment Center.
- Read the transcripts from the Virtual Supprt Group: Type 2 Diabetes, chat held on June 27th.
- Join us for a Parent Activism Chat on Thursday, July 5th at 9pm for a discussion about how to get involved.
- The Evolution of Pumps offers a photographic history of insulin pumps, starting with a unit the size of a backpack through today's tiny pumps.
- Oralin is an oral insulin under development by Generex Biotechnology.
- Activity of angiotensin-converting enzyme and risk of severe hypoglycaemia in type 1 diabetes mellitus.
- Pharmacological inhibition of diabetic retinopathy: aminoguanidine and aspirin. Full Text at Diabetes.
- Risk of Type 1 Diabetes Development in Children With Incidental Hyperglycemia. Full Text at Diabetes Care.
- Risk of Developing Retinopathy in Diabetes Control and Complications Trial Type 1 Diabetic Patients With Good or Poor Metabolic Control. Full Text at Diabetes Care.
- Urinary albumin excretion rate and glomerular filtration rate in the prediction of diabetic nephropathy; a long-term follow-up study of childhood onset type-1 diabetic patients.
- Enterovirus antibody levels during the first two years of life in prediabetic autoantibody-positive children.
- Human islet transplantation network for the treatment of Type I diabetes: first data from the Swiss-French GRAGIL consortium (1999-2000).
- Atherosclerosis more common in teenagers with type 1 diabetes.
- Islet Cell Transplants for Diabetics: An Update.
- Psychosocial Therapies in Diabetes: Report of the Psychosocial Therapies Working Group.
- Current Topics in Diabetes Mellitus is an online continuing medical education course with lots of excellent information, especially the section on Managing Diabetes in Special Circumstances by Dr. Satish Garg of the Barbara Davis Center. (Free Medscape membership required)
- Mom a Factor in Diabetic Girls' Eating Disorders.
- Declining Insulin Requirement in the Late First Trimester of Diabetic Pregnancy. Full Text at Diabetes Care.
- The Effect of Flexible Low Glycemic Index Dietary Advice Versus Measured Carbohydrate Exchange Diets on Glycemic Control in Children With Type 1 Diabetes. Full Text at Diabetes Care.
- Use of an Automated Device for Alternative Site Blood Glucose Monitoring reports on tests of the new Sof-Tact automated blood glucose meter by MediSense.
- Diabetes screening planned at more grade schools.
- Scientists Report New Findings On The Connection Between Diabetes And Heart Disease And Stroke.
- JDRF held its Children's Congress in Washington, D.C. last week, urging Congress to increase funding for research into a cure for diabetes.
- In case you missed the hearings at the JDRF Children's Congress, you can watch them via RealVideo from C-SPAN. The entire hearing runs about three hours.
- The JDRF launched their new web site.
- Camp Teaches Youth to Live with Disease.
- Joe Gondolfo will be pumping insulin on the Appalachian Trail, beginning on July 6th.
- Eden woman oldest living diabetic.
- Kentucky woman waits for pancreas transplant.
- Stephen Furst redirects life after diabetes.
- We now have the FlexSite Kidney Screen At Home in our Online Store. You can now test for the first traces of kidney problems quickly and easily at home.
- Insulin-for-Life helps provide insulin to those in need in the developing world.
- clínica diabetólgica is a Spanish-language web site about diabetes.
- The Diabetic Drug Store sells a wide range of diabetes-related supplies.
- Last week's poll asked readers if this web site has helped them. This week's poll asks readers about the importance of alternative site (non-finger tip) blood glucose testing.
- The Featured Book of the Week is The Johns Hopkins Guide to Diabetes by Christopher D. Saudek, M.D., Richard R. Rubin, Ph.D., CDE, and Cynthia S. Shump, R.N., CDE.
- Last week's Featured Book of the Week, The Sun, The Rain, and The Insulin: Growing Up With Diabetes, is no longer available from Amazon.com. There are about 15 copies left at the publisher, however. If you are interested in this excellent book, please send $12.95 plus $3.00 shipping for US addresses to Tiffin Press, 26 University Place, Orono, Maine 04473.
- Our Report from the ADA 2000 Scientific Sessions (last year's sessions) is Worth a Look.
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