A website you might not know...

By imsuzie2 Latest Reply 2010-05-03 00:13:07 -0500
Started 2010-05-01 02:11:42 -0500

I've been looking at this site, and thought I would share it…

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from the editor
A girl can dream, right? (…of new insulins and of fantastic FDA partnerships…) Click here to continue

This can't be FDA approved… Click here to continue

sum musings
Kerri Morrone Sparling discusses what an active patient she was while under the captivity of bed rest. Click here to continue

trial watch
Trials investigating intensive diabetes clinics with CGM for teenagers and cell therapy for type 1 diabetes are enrolling now! Click here to continue

Catch up on the latest in diabetes, including Novo Nordisk's next-generation insulin, the JDRF's international efforts to further the artificial pancreas, BodyMedia's GoWear fit armband (above and beyond your average pedometer), Olympia Dukakis and Ask.Screen.Know. spreading the word about free MediCare diabetes screening, and insulin maker sanofi-aventis' glucose monitoring partnership. Click here to continue

diaTribe dialogue
Obesity expert Dr. Lee Kaplan of Massachusetts General Hospital tells us how we may be able to bypass the bypass… Click here to continue

learning curve
Decoding the evolving FDA perspective on diabetes devices (and how accurate is your meter, anyway?!). Click here to continue

thinking like a pancreas
Gary Scheiner discusses the complicated topic of insulin on board - and how to be safer when using your insulin pump! Click here to continue

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4 replies

spiritwalker 2010-05-01 10:46:30 -0500 Report

Thanks for sharing. I checked it out. Looks to be an interesting site. I saved it so I can go back later and read more.

imsuzie2 2010-05-02 04:55:16 -0500 Report

I also signed up for a quarterly "survey" that they pay $5 to take. You can get a check mailed to you or donate the $5 to a diabetes charity. Enjoy the site. Hugs