Diabetes Technology Survey: Captain’s Log 12/4

Our grassroots survey/petition in support of diabetes technology is going strong! At last count, there were close to 1,900 respondents, with more coming in daily. Close Concerns reports that they’re even working directly with the JDRF to send the link out to all their constituents, which is extremely good news. Because no one’s life has been affected more by new diabetes treatment technology than diagnosed children and their families — with us LADA types taking…

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The Babes & Studs of Diabetes

Today, a little more Monday Madness. December is upon us. Time for all those cheesy Xmas gift ideas. Which got me thinking, why don’t we PWDs (people with diabetes) have a 2008 pin-up calendar of our own?
Something like this perhaps — The Babes & Studs of Diabetes:

Could be a nice little stocking stuffer, ay? Pass the egg nog — or better yet, don’t…

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The Babes & Studs of Diabetes

Today, a little more Monday Madness. December is upon us. Time for all those cheesy Xmas gift ideas. Which got me thinking, why don’t we PWDs (people with diabetes) have a 2008 pin-up calendar of our own?
Something like this perhaps — The Babes & Studs of Diabetes:

Could be a nice little stocking stuffer, ay? Pass the egg nog — or better yet, don’t…

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VeriChip to Unveil Tiny Implantable Glucose Sensor

This just in: VeriChip Corp., leaders in implantable Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chip technology, is planning to unveil a blueprint for the world’s first tiny implantable chip capable of measuring glucose levels in the human body — at a fancy-schmancy investors/press event in New York City on December 4th.
They’re set to make a big splash, with prominent speakers including Dr. Manny Alvarez, Chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Science at…

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A Couple of Winners

Hooray for readers! I hear a lot from you all, but don’t often get a chance to put faces with names.
But now two of the winners of our recent “Code Word for Low” contest have been kind enough to share photos of themselves with their extraordinary prizes (those Tshirts
Rich Willett of Estero, FL

Winning entry: his vision of SuperBowl commercials featuring hypoglycemic comedians writhing on the floor yelling “LOW!”
Note: I wished for…

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