- children with DIABETES is featured in the June 1996 Diabetes Forecast, published by the American Diabetes Association, and the Summer 1996 COUNTDOWN, published by the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.
- Read a perspective on the recent news about a cure in Did Somebody Say Cure?, from the June 1996 Diabetes Forecast.
- Melisa Gargiulo is an 11 year old girl from Argentina who writes about her experiences with diabetes in her native Spanish. An English translation is coming.
- Brian Mozisek discusses his experiences getting an insulin pump in Expert Advice. You can also visit Brian's World, Brian's home page at the Texas A&M University.
- New on the JDF web site is the final installment of Transplantation: Fighting Match about GAD.
- Legacy Products Teaching Aids help young kids learn about diabetes.
- Camps for Kids with Diabetes now includes:
- Tips for Campers and Parents, offering a few tips to help make camp more enjoyable.
- Understanding Your Camper with Diabetes, providing advice for camp directors.
- Camp Adam Fisher in South Carolina is for campers with diabetes ages 7 to 17.
- Camp Aldersgate is a co-ed resident camp in Little Rock, Arkansas.
- Camp Alexander Mack is a resident camp for kids 8 to 18, including families, in Milford, Indiana.
- Camp Classen YMCA is a resident camp for kids 8 to 17, including families, in Oklahoma.
- Camp Diamont in Bozeman, Montana, offers camping excitement including model rocketry.
- Camp De Los Ninos, in San Jose, California, offers camp for kids with diabetes ages 6 to 16.
- Camp Duncan YMCA in Ingleside, Illinois, offers sessions for boys, girls, coed and families.
- Camp Easter Seal is for kids with diabetes in Tennessee.
- Camp Granada is a resident camp in Monticello, Illinois.
- Camp He Ola Ke Keiki, which provides a Hawai'ian camping experience for kids with diabetes.
- Camp Seale Harris is a camp for children with diabetes in Alabama since 1947.
- Camp John Warvel offers camp for kids ages 7 to 15 in Milford, Indiana.
- Camp Kee-To-Kin is operated by the Diabetes Family Camp in Bangor, Maine.
- Camp Setebaid is a resident camp for kids 8 - 12 in Mechanicsburg, PA.
- Hendon in Shepherdsville, Kentucky, serves kids ages 7 to 17.
- Hodia is a residential camp for kids with diabetes in Idaho.
- Liwidia is a residential camp for kids with diabetes in the state of Georgia.
- Utada in Salt Lake City provides camping experiences for kids with diabetes ages 8 to 17.
- Medi-Ject Corporation, maker of jet injectors, now has a web site of its own.
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