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Diabetes News in the Popular Press from 2019

    16 January 2019

  1. BC Transit apologizes for driver denying diabetic teen a snack.
  2. Diagnosed: Teachers’ Misunderstanding Diabetes Can Be Deadly For Diabetic Students.
  3. Dexcom tops revenue forecast as demand grows for wearable glucose monitors.
  4. How a 'regulatory dead zone' may be holding up copycat insulin.
  5. The Strange Marketplace for Diabetes Test Strips.
  6. Artificial Sweeteners, Not Good, Not Bad.
  7. 9 January 2019

  8. VICTORY for pregnant women with type 1 diabetes: wearable medical tech to be provided by NHS England.
  9. CES 2019: This mobile handset aims to simplify type 1 diabetes management.
  10. How powerlifting is helping women control type 1 diabetes.
  11. Local football star battles disease on and off the field.
  12. Analysts predict Medtronic will lose ground in booming insulin pump market.
  13. 2 January 2019

  14. Parents of Type 1 diabetic children advocate for better management of condition at school.
  15. The Crouch Foundation donates ranch, $500K to build children’s diabetes camp near Palo Duro Canyon.
  16. Blake Ferguson, College Long Snapper of the Year, Snaps Diabetes.
  17. Diabulimia: 'I've got my life and I've got my feet'.

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