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Get Your Face on Novo Nordisk's "Face of Change"


Jul 21, 2007

"Meet the Face of Change," Novo Nordisk's exhibit of photographs and stories of people with type 2 diabetes, is getting underway. The pictures will be taken by Rick Smolan, famed photojournalist who produced the "Day in the Life" coffee table books.

If you'd like to be one of the faces, simply go to www.FaceOfChange-us.com, complete a short questionnaire about how you manage your diabetes, upload your photograph, and then cross your fingers. (The deadline is August 31, 2007.)

If you're lucky, you might end up being photographed by Rick Smolan and having your story featured in the exhibit's upcoming national tour.


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