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Sheffield schoolgirl with diabetes barred from trip

Sheffield schoolgirl with diabetes barred from trip | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
A disappointed schoolgirl from Sheffield has been told she cannot go on a trip with her classmates – because she suffers with diabetes.
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17 Things People with A1Cs Under 7.0 Do

17 Things People with A1Cs Under 7.0 Do | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
Newsletter readers: Here is 7 Steps for Self-Compassion with Diabetes. We apologize for including the incorrect link.
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Xeris Pharmaceuticals Receives U.S. Patent for its Novel, Stable Non-Aqueous Glucagon Formulations

Xeris Pharmaceuticals Receives U.S. Patent for its Novel, Stable Non-Aqueous Glucagon Formulations | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
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12 OYS: Other-than-honorable vet says VA cutting insulin supply after 15 years

12 OYS: Other-than-honorable vet says VA cutting insulin supply after 15 years | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
He served his country in Vietnam. But 15 years after he started receiving benefits, a local veteran is accusing the VA of cutting off his insulin supply.
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Diabetes prevention scoring system improved accuracy of type 1 risk classification | Endocrinology

Diabetes prevention scoring system improved accuracy of type 1 risk classification | Endocrinology | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
Endocrinology | Physicians can more accurately classify patients at risk for type 1 diabetes with the help of a scoring system that improves identification between high-risk normoglycemic and low-risk dysglycemic individuals, according to research published in Diabetes Care.
“The findings indicate that a reliance upon dysglycemia as a demarcation of risk in autoantibody-positive populations could result
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Lakewood Ranch Cinemas apologizes after taking supplies from diabetic | Lakewood Ranch Herald | Bradenton Herald

Lakewood Ranch Cinemas apologizes after taking supplies from diabetic | Lakewood Ranch Herald | Bradenton Herald | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
A 16-year-old diabetic boy was not allowed to bring in his special snacks to an afternoon showing of Divergent. The manager said outside food and drink is banned.
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Adocia reports positive results from phase IIa clinical study of ultra-fast acting BioChaperone(R) Lispro | Proteins and Peptides | News Channels

Adocia reports positive results from phase IIa clinical study of ultra-fast acting BioChaperone(R) Lispro
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Telcare Joins Verizon Partner Program, Offers Award-winning Diabetes Monitoring System

Telcare, Inc., an award-winning medical device and IT company, is now offering a revolutionary diabetes management system to business owners and their
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Common Tests May Miss Pediatric Diabetic Neuropathy

Noninvasive methods for screening pediatric patients with type 1 diabetes for peripheral diabetic nephropathy are not very sensitive, according to a new review.
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Trends in the Prevalence of Ketoacidosis at Diabetes Diagnosis: The SEARCH for Diabetes in Youth Study

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Stine enjoying happy marriage at Novo Nordisk

Stine enjoying happy marriage at Novo Nordisk | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
Former Lions' ballplayer lives and loves his job.
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American Journal of Managed Care to Host Joslin's Chief Medical Officer, Triathlete with Type 1 Diabetes, at Princeton Event

American Journal of Managed Care to Host Joslin's Chief Medical Officer, Triathlete with Type 1 Diabetes, at Princeton Event | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
PLAINSBORO, N.J. (PRWEB) April 09, 2014 -- Ironman triathlete Jay Hewitt will speak tomorrow at the evening reception of Patient-Centered Diabetes Care: Putting Theory into Practice, which is bringing leaders in diabetes healthcare delivery to the Princeton Marriott at Forrestal. On Friday, Dr. Robert Gabbay, chief medical officer of the Joslin Diabetes Center, will offer a keynote address.
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MannKind Says FDA Delays Decision On Inhaled Insulin Treatment

MannKind Says FDA Delays Decision On Inhaled Insulin Treatment | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
MannKind Corp said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration extended the review date of its inhaled insulin treatment by three months, sending the company's shares down as much as 22 percent before the bell.
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FDA Wants YOUR Opinion on Glucose Meter & Test Strip Accuracy

FDA Wants YOUR Opinion on Glucose Meter & Test Strip Accuracy | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
Listen up, Friends: it's officially crunch time to let the decision-makers at FDA know what we want to see in terms of accurate glucose meters and strips! Seriously, this is the first time in more than a decade that the regulatory agency's updated these rules on accuracy, and it's the first time in history the…
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Diabetes Complications Show Sharp Decline, Report Finds - NYTimes.com

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Patients Often Win If They Appeal A Denied Health Claim

Patients Often Win If They Appeal A Denied Health Claim | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
Obamacare set national rules for appealing a denied health claim — a process that used to vary by employer and state. Consumers should appeal more often, advocates say. Half the time, they'll win.
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UB Medical Students Support Teen Diabetes Patients, Gain Experience - UB School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

UB Medical Students Support Teen Diabetes Patients, Gain Experience - UB School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
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Patterns of Obesity Development before the Diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes: The Whitehall II Cohort Study

Patterns of Obesity Development before the Diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes: The Whitehall II Cohort Study | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
PLOS Medicine is an open-access, peer-reviewed medical journal that publishes outstanding human studies that substantially enhance the understanding of human health and disease.
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Insurers Target Glut Of New Diabetes Patients

Insurers Target Glut Of New Diabetes Patients | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
Insurance companies are taking an aggressive approach toward a glut of new diabetes patients who now have coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
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MicroBiome Therapeutics LLC Clinical Trial Data For NM504 In Type 2 Diabetes Has Been Accepted For Presentation At ICE/ENDO 2014

BROOMFIELD, Colo., April 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- MicroBiome TherapeuticsTM LLC, today announced that data from the company's clinical trial of
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Mechanobiology: Enzyme micropump autonomously delivers insulin in response to glucose levels

Mechanobiology: Enzyme micropump autonomously delivers insulin in response to glucose levels | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
(Phys.org) —For next-generation smart devices, autonomy is key. These devices will be able to power themselves, independently respond to stimuli, and perform different kinds of work, all without human intervention. With these abilities, smart devices could potentially have very wide-reaching implications.
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The Cost of Staying Alive with Diabetes: A Response to the New York Times

The Cost of Staying Alive with Diabetes: A Response to the New York Times | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
Like many with diabetes, I had a complicated reaction to the recent story in the New York Times, “Even Small Medical Advances Can Mean Big Jumps in Bills,”
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Arizona Reinstates Medicaid Insulin Pump Coverage: A Triumph in Patient Advocacy!

Arizona Reinstates Medicaid Insulin Pump Coverage: A Triumph in Patient Advocacy! | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
The Arizona State Legislature has approved the restoration of insulin pump coverage for adults in the state's Medicaid program! This is partially thanks to a patient-led Twitter campaign
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MannKind Rival, Also Developing Inhaled Insulin Device, Files $75M IPO

MannKind Rival, Also Developing Inhaled Insulin Device, Files $75M IPO | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
Adam Feuerstein's biotechnology blog, Biotech Beat, features Adam's opinion and analysis on an array of biotech and pharmaceutical stocks and companies.
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Lilly slapped with $3 billion penalty over diabetes drug, cancer risk

Lilly slapped with $3 billion penalty over diabetes drug, cancer risk | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
(April 8, 2014) – A federal jury ordered Eli Lilly and Co. and Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. to pay $9 billion after jurors said the companies hid the cancer risks of their Actos diabetes medicine. As part of the ruling, Indianapolis-based Lilly was
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Continuous glucose monitoring in children: an interview with Terrance Gregg, CEO of Dexcom

Continuous glucose monitoring in children: an interview with Terrance Gregg, CEO of Dexcom | diabetes and more | Scoop.it
Scientific research into CGM-like sensors goes back more than 40 years. I was working with the first company to begin commercial development, MiniMed, back in 1992 when the science was really beginning to percolate. In 1999 the FDA approved the first CGM device for use in the United States.
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