Expanding our voice, growing our blog

As readers, many of you know Dayle has been the core author of this blog since its launch last year. As a person with type 1 diabetes, Dayle was able to shed light on diabetes matters in a knowledgeable and relatable way.

Sadly for us, Dayle has decided to pursue a new professional opportunity. So, as we say goodbye, we ask…where does the compelling blog she built go from here?

We know one thing for sure. We need more voices to cover the vast amount of topics that affect you, our readers. From child issues at school to scientific discoveries in the lab – from food and lifestyle news to adjusting to life with diabetes – the wide array of information, emotions and advice will be brought to you by a host of people, with varying viewpoints.

In the coming months, we’ll be searching for and spotlighting new authors. Whether she’s a mom whose child was just diagnosed with type 1 or a researcher who is on the cusp of exciting advancements in type 2 treatment, Diabetes Stop Here will be a place where many voices and perspectives can be heard.

After all, we are not dealing with a one-size-fits-all disease.

So, what does this mean for you, our readers? It means you have the opportunity during this transition to weigh in on the topics you want covered, to share your stories and let us know what type of people you want to hear from. Feel free to add your thoughts here and don’t forget to join us on Facebook and Twitter.

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Christine Feheley
Managing Director, Communications

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3 Responses to Expanding our voice, growing our blog

  1. Mike Hoskins says:

    Sorry to see Dayle go, but so happy for her and the new opportunity. She’s done a great job getting the ADA blog off the ground, and can’t wait to see what’s in store as we move forward. Thanks for sharing stories here that are important for the Diabetes Community.

  2. Prediabetes says:

    Please have more information specific to prediabetes. 79 million people is a large audience! Most do not understand the connection between Type 2 and prediabetes so they do not know to look for info under Type 2. Please add more links and titles using the word prediabetes to help guide those people. Education is huge and helpful in this disease. Thanks!

  3. Karen says:

    I’m sorry to hear Dayle won’t be writing the posts anymore – I really enjoyed reading her blogs. I wish her the best of luck on her new endeavor!!

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