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Do you have Type 1 diabetes? If so, your relatives may be interested in an actively recruiting TrialNet study that is testing whether oral insulin can prevent or delay the development of Type 1 in people who are at increased risk of the condition…
If you’re a woman with diabetes, you won’t want to miss the 2014 Weekend for Women in Washington, DC, organized by the nonprofit group DiabetesSisters…
On Saturday, March 1, the 2014 JDRF Type 1 Diabetes Research Summit will be taking place in Bethesda, Maryland…
Each year, 435,000 women in the United States have a heart attack, but because they don’t always experience the “classic” heart attack symptoms, many don’t know that they’re having one…
The weather outside may be frightful, but the season for diabetes camp is just around the corner! If you are thinking of sending your child to one of these camps, you may be interested in an initiative by the Bret Michaels Life Rocks Foundation…
If you live near Washington, DC, and have a child with diabetes, you may be interested in a free support event being held by the Diabetes National Institute and the Diabetes Youth Group of Georgetown University…
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