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Bayer Diagnostics Announces Ascensia Winner

In November 2003, Bayer Diagnostics announced that Colleen McCarthy LaPierre, 35, was named the first official winner of the Ascensia Dream Fund Contest.

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Online Workshop Offered as Part of Study

Stanford University School of Medicine in Palo Alto, California, is seeking participants for a study that involves a six-week online workshop teaching self-management skills for people with heart disease, lung disease or type 2 diabetes.

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Web-Based School Provides Info About Your Kidneys

Kidney School is a new, free interactive learning resource on the Web. It offers educational materials designed to teach kidney patients about kidney disease, treatment options and day-to-day coping skills.

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Network to Focus on Type 1 Prevention

Fourteen entities have joined forces to form Type 1 Diabetes TrialNet, a collaborative effort to test new approaches to understanding, preventing and treating type 1 diabetes. Recruitment for the first trials is expected to begin in early 2003.

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Babies Sought for Diabetes Prevention Study

A multinational 10-year study, known as the Trial to Reduce Insulin-Dependent Diabetes in the Genetically at Risk (TRIGR), is enlisting the participation of newborns who have a parent or sibling with type 1 diabetes.

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Grassroots Diabetes Programs for Latinos Receive Support

In an effort to help fight the diabetes epidemic among the Latino population in the United States, organizations in four states have received $10,000 each from the Aventis Adelante! Diabetes Community Excellence Awards. The Spanish word "adelante" means "to preserve" or "to move forward."

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Habla Español?

"Si Tiene Diabetes, Cuide Su Corazón" (If you have diabetes, take care of your heart) is a campaign launched in late July 2002 by the U.S. National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP) to call attention to the fact that Hispanic and Latino Americans with diabetes are at higher risk for heart disease.

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Developing Solutions

With the World Health Organization estimating that 70 percent of all new cases of diabetes are expected to appear in developing nations, Novo Nordisk has committed $60 million over the next decade to the World Diabetes Foundation (WDF). Funding for the WDF also will be sought from other sources.

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RX Costs Too High

Can't afford the prescription drugs you need?

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Discount Cards for Pfizer Medications Available to Low-Income Seniors

Low-income senior citizens can buy a 30-day supply of Pfizer prescription medicines for $15 per prescription using the Pfizer Share Card, the drug manufacturer announced on January 15. Beginning March 1, the new card will cover more than 80 Pfizer medicines, including drugs for diabetes. Pfizer said the program will last until the government designs a longer-term solution.

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