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Let’s Treat the WHOLE Patient

David G. Marrero, PhD, President, Health Care & Education, American Diabetes Association

Yes, we have made amazing strides in the clinical management of diabetes and the technology of treatment. But we need to play a game of “catch up” when it comes to the psychosocial aspects of this disease. Continue reading

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We’re All Members of the Global Diabetes Village

Samuel Dagogo-Jack, MD

You know about our efforts to Stop Diabetes® in the United States, but did you know we’re also involved in diabetes research and education around the world? Continue reading

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Your Rights, One Voice: Collin’s Story

Collin Wadian

Joan was worried. What would happen if her son Collin needed help managing diabetes during the school day and she and the school nurse were not available? Continue reading

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Soup’s On!

Quick Herb-Tomato Soup

Whether you love this weather or are already longing for summer, now is the time for soup. Continue reading

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Talking Type 1: Victoria Newton

Victoria Newton

Twenty-nine-year-old Victoria is new to type 1 diabetes, having been diagnosed less than seven months ago. But she’s adjusting — and has already participated in her local Step Out walk! Continue reading

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Talking Type 1: Melissa Van Nest

melissa van nest

When Melissa was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 29, she knew what she was up against, as her twin sister also has it. Melissa’s career as a pharmacist also gave her a unique perspective on diabetes management — plus a chance to give back. Continue reading

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Talking Type 1: Revé Anderko

Revé Anderko

“It amazed me how quickly I adapted to my new lifestyle while trying to enjoy my senior year of college at the same time,” says Revé of her type 1 diabetes diagnosis. Continue reading

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