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Friends for Life Orlando 2021 – Tech Team

May 21, 2021

Tech Team Our Tech Team oversees the technology and audio-visual systems that deliver our programming Indicates Tech Team member with diabetes Faculty Teen Staff Tween Staff Elementary Staff Kiddie Kove Staff Orange Team Sports Central Staff Registration Team First Timers Team Exhibit Hall Team Tech Team Support Team Room Moderators and Monitors CWD Staff

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Friends for Life Orlando 2022 – CWD Staff

May 21, 2022

CWD Staff Our CWD staff work tirelessly throughout the year to bring CWD and FFL to you Indicates CWD Staff member with diabetes

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Friends for Life Orlando 2021 – First Timers Team

May 20, 2021

First Timers Team Our First Timers Team helps new Fiffles get the most out of the conference Indicates First Timer Team member with diabetes Faculty Teen Staff Tween Staff Elementary Staff Kiddie Kove Staff Orange Team Sports Central Staff Registration Team First Timers Team Exhibit Hall Team Tech Team Support Team Room Moderators and Monitors […]

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Friends for Life Orlando 2022 – Support Team

May 21, 2022

Support Team Our Support Team helps us all have a wonderful FFL experience Indicates Support Team member with diabetes

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Friends for Life Orlando 2021 – Registration Team

May 20, 2021

Registration Team Our Registration Team helps everyone with their badges and t-shirts and questions Indicates Registration Team member with diabetes Faculty Teen Staff Tween Staff Elementary Staff Kiddie Kove Staff Orange Team Sports Central Staff Registration Team First Timers Team Exhibit Hall Team Tech Team Support Team Room Moderators and Monitors CWD Staff

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Health Care Providers Weigh in on DIY Closed Loop Systems

October 27, 2021
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The Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Diabetes World has been back in the news recently and more health care professionals who work in diabetes have been publishing articles sharing their experiences with these systems as well. However, since the DIY systems are diabetes care tools that were created by patients outside of the normal approval process, there is […]

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Psychosocial Factors in Type 1 Diabetes

October 20, 2021
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When you live with type 1 diabetes, your everyday normal activities both affect your blood glucose levels and are affected by your blood glucose levels. Every time that you want to eat, exercise, drive, go for a walk around your neighborhood, go out for a drink with friends, there are extra considerations that you have […]

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Amplifying Voices

June 8, 2020
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Amplifying stories from people with diabetes is part of our mission, and we’re working to increase visibility for all people with diabetes. Watch Cherise Shockley, founder of #dsma, @WOCdiabetes, and diaTribe Community Manager, engage with CWD board member Kerri Sparling for a discussion about the diabetes online community, inclusion, and strategies for sharing more stories. […]

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Celebrating Storytellers: Stacey Simms

February 28, 2020
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There are some amazing storytellers in the diabetes community, and many of those folks have spent years honing their craft through blogs, books, and videos.  Their stories of life with diabetes bring our community closer.  Sharing stories helps make the journey with diabetes less isolated and instead paved with hope and camaraderie. CWD board member, […]

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Is it possible to transplant islets from a healthy person to a person with diabetes? I understand the person donating the cells would probably have diabetes, or will the islets reproduce themselves in a healthy person? I know some parents, grandparent or relative who would gladly do this for a child, grandchild or another family member. Would one healthy person’s cells be enough for a person with diabetes?

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