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Today we’re proud to announce our 2014 Patient Voices Contest – an annual scholarship program in which we seek 10 activated patients who wish to attend and participate in our DiabetesMine Innovation Summit held each fall at Stanford School of Medicine in Palo Alto, CA.
Our winners act as “delegates” for the patient…
OK, we’re dubbing 2014 the Year of Diabetes Foot Soldier Advocacy.
Yup, you heard right: foot soldiers.
No, that’s not some veiled reference to the fictional ninjutsu clan from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (well, maybe it is)… But it’s the best way we know how to describe where our Diabetes Online Community seems to be going with our advocacy efforts — beyond the virtual walls of the online universe to the actual, in-real-life world of…
Those of you who read our weekly Ask D’Mine column know what a skeptic Wil Dubois is. We can’t help loving him for it! He’s also one of our devoted editorial team members, so keep that all in mind as you read his take on the 2013 DiabetesMine Innovation Summit that he too attended in Palo Alto, CA, on Nov. 15.
A female pal of mine once told me she’s on an eternal quest for…Read more »
Today we bring you the final interview with one of our 2013 DiabetesMine Patient Voices Scholarship Contest winners, wrapping up this 10-week series in which we’ve featured each awesome empowered PWD chosen to attend our DiabetesMine Innovation Summit coming up Nov. 15.
Meet Simon Carter, a 40-year-old “tech guy” in Melbourne, Australia, who not only lives with type 1 himself but has a 9-year-old daughter who is also diabetic. With a background in IT and…
We are nearing November and getting excited about meeting the ten 2013 Patient Voices Contest scholarship winners who’ll be joining us at our Summit at Stanford School of Medicine.
Today, we’re delighted to introduce 27-year-old Amy Tekrony from Canada, who’s been living with type 1 for more than 15 years now. And she wasn’t the only child with diabetes in their home — her younger brother Jonathan had been diagnosed about four years before her!…