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Type 1 Diabetes News

Type 1 Diabetes is a chronic condition in which your body loses the ability to produce insulin, which is necessary for most cells to convert food into energy and regulate blood sugar levels. 

EASD ’08: The Best of Rome
SEEKING Accord on ACCORD
The Moment of Disclosure
A ping or two...
ADA Clinician of the Year 2007 shares insights on insulin use and blood glucose monitoring.
Beyond the Basals - Part I
Update on the Odyssey
Resolve, Results and Reinforcements: Diabetes and Exercise
(S)he said what?!?
ANSAR test provides answers to the neuropathy question.
In February, diaTribe visited Prague to attend the 2008 Advanced Technologies and Treatments for Diabetes (ATTD) conference. This was truly a global conference, with...
You've read our Test Drive stories; here's a chance to do your own! The iD USB Flash Drive is quite simply a flash drive (a.k.a. thumb/pen/key drive) with a personal...
For anyone interested in continuous glucose monitoring, you now have a third option in addition to the DexCom SEVEN and the Medtronic Guardian or Paradigm. The Abbott...
Big news: All new DexCom continuous glucose monitoring systems have been approved by the FDA to enable manual entry of blood glucose data during calibration. This...
From Intel Corp. comes a new device to add to your diabetes care toolbox - and it might even help to organize all of your tools. The Intel Health Guide, coming out at...
Held every other year since 1999, the JDRF’s Children’s Congress brings together about 150 children with type 1 diabetes (ages 4-17) to educate policy-makers about the...
Insulins Unplugged
Yet another breakthrough in the battle against hypoglycemia and hypoglycemia unawareness! Medtronic, using a new sensor algorithm, has developed a “low-glucose suspend...
Enter our Blood Glucose Test Strip Giveaway to have a chance of winning a grand prize of one year's worth of OneTouch Ultra test strips (based on about 5 strips per day...
Do you take Symlin? Have you had enough of your cumbersome syringe and vial and want to use something more convenient? The SymlinPen might just be the right for you...

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