What We’re Reading: Be On Diabetes TV

By Tara Dairman | March 8, 2007 10:35 am

This week, we’d like to direct your attention to this post at www.dlife.com/blog entitled “Be a Part of dLife TV.” This blog entry explains that dLife TV, the national weekly television show about diabetes that airs every Sunday evening on CNBC, is looking for people with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes—as well as partners, parents, or children of people with diabetes—to participate in “Roundtable Discussions” that will be taped for television. The discussions will be taped in Westport, Connecticut, in April.

For more information about the show and contact information if you’re interested in participating, click here.

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This week, we’d like to direct your attention to this post at www.dlife.com/blog entitled “Be a Part of dLife TV.” This blog entry explains that dLife TV, the national weekly television show about diabetes that airs every Sunday evening on CNBC, is looking for people with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes—as well as partners, parents, or children of people with diabetes—to participate in “Roundtable Discussions” that will be taped for television. The discussions will be taped in Westport, Connecticut, in April.

For more information about the show and contact information if you’re interested in participating, click here.

Source URL: http://www.diabetesselfmanagement.com/blog/what-were-reading-be-on-diabetes-tv/


Tara Dairman: Tara Dairman is a former Web Editor of DiabetesSelfManagement.com.

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