Back to Home What's New for 18 November 2001
  1. Join us in Pasadena, California, July 17-21, as hundreds of CWD families join in the 3rd annual conference, Friends For Life: Pasadena 2002. There will be educational sessions for everyone, young and old, whether you are a child or adult with type 1 diabetes, a family member, or a diabetes health care provider. Best of all, enjoy watching the children participate in conference sessions and some very cool social events, interacting, learning, and having fun with other children who face the same challenges each and every day. Find out more!

  2. Buy a Marissa Bear And Help Find The Cure. You can buy the Marissa Bear online.

  3. Kyle and Lesley Otwell share their feelings about their son's diagnosis and their efforts to help fund a cure.

  4. Jessica is 19 and attends college.

  5. The American Diabetes Association is now accepting applications for the 2002 National Youth Advocate. Read more about the National Youth Advocate program.

  6. Carb Cards has an updated list of products to help teach carbohydrate counting to kids. There's even a kit for diabetes educators.

  7. A CD-ROM version of It's Time to Learn About Diabetes offers an interactive tool to help kids learn about diabetes. The CD-ROM runs on Windows and Macintosh computers. For more information, visit

  8. Intake of vitamin D and risk of type 1 diabetes: a birth-cohort study.

  9. In Vitro Recognition And Impairment Of Pig Islet Cells By Baboon Immune Cells: Similarity To Human Cellular Reactions.

  10. Fords Donate $1,000,000 to American Diabetes Association Research Foundation.

  11. Relationship between autonomic function, 24-h blood pressure, and albuminuria in normotensive, normoalbuminuric patients with Type 1 diabetes.

  12. Synthesis of an organoinsulin molecule that can be activated by antibody catalysis. See also Insulin Altered to Lie Dormant Until Needed and Protein chemistry could allow better diabetes control (free registration required).

  13. Diabetic retinopathy, visual acuity, and medical risk indicators. A continuous 10-year follow-up study in Type 1 diabetic patients under routine care.

  14. The impact of metabolic and blood pressure control on incidence and progression of nephropathy. A 10-year study of 385 type 2 diabetic patients.

  15. An association of anti-elastin IgA antibodies with development of retinopathy in diabetic children.

  16. Relationship between elastin-derived peptides and the development of microvascular complications. A longitudinal study in children with Type 1 (insulin-dependent) diabetes mellitus.

  17. A comparison of insulin lispro and buffered regular human insulin administered via continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion pump.

  18. Hypoglycemia rebound migraine.

  19. Taking Care of Your Diabetes, a diabetes education program by Dr. Steven Edelman, has published its 2002 Conference Schedule.

  20. Management of diabetes: are doctors framing the benefits from the wrong perspective?

  21. National screening programme for diabetic retinopathy.

  22. The Pump Helps Patients Manage Diabetes.

  23. Complex disease puzzles doctors is a newspaper article about PCOS.

  24. Doctor warns of diabetes link to fat kids.

  25. The Children's Diabetes Foundation of the North Bay is located north of San Francisco and works to raise money for a cure.

  26. The 1st. Arab International Conference for People with Diabetes will be held at the Movenpick and Novotel Hotels, Heliopolis, Cairo, from 26-29 March 2002.

  27. Cranberry-Lime Margarita Punch is quite tasty.

  28. We review Unbelievable Desserts with Splenda, a new book filled with reduced carbohydrate treats.

  29. Low Carb UK offers low-carb information and recipes targeted at people in the UK and Europe.

  30. Last week's poll asked readers about what sweetener they use most often in cooking. This week's poll asks readers about the biggest challenge they have with their diabetes team.

  31. The Featured Book of the Week is The Kid's Choice Cookbook By Colleen Bartley & John Pateman.

  32. Our page about Alberta Foundation Reports on Successful Islet Transplants is Worth a Look.

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