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Special Guest - Noah Moore

Diagnosed the day after Christmas, Noah Moore has had diabetes for the last 7 1/2 of his 23 years. His diabetes advocacy began in Eugene, Oregon as Southern Oregon Youth Diabetes Ambassador. He has spent the last two years traveling, performing and investigating diabetes in South America and China. Winner of Lifescan's 2005 Athletic Achievement Award, Noah has recently returned from China where he was pursuing and developing a unique performing style combining dance, circus, fire and martial arts. Using his performance to spark an audience's interest, Noah strives to educate everyone, diabetic or not, about focusing on the present to live a limitless life. Wherever he wanders to, he can always be reached and investigated at

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