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Posted by cde on 14 April 2009

Another international diabetes camp is Campamento Diabetes Safari, which is in its 5th year, is bilingual (English and Spanish), coed, and held near Mexico City, 2-5 May 2009. All the details are at

Posted by Anonymous on 4 May 2009

I can not believe you did noy mention Dibetes Training Camps For diabetic athletes atg all levels..... for some adults it nice to know there is a place to get started to take charge and become the athete at some level to keep you healthy longer

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