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Did You Know?
- To learn about clinical trials for diabetes research, visit the National Institutes of Health's Type 1 Diabetes TrialNet (www.diabetestrialnet.org).– via National Institutes of Health
- Government statistics project that one in three people born in 2000 will develop diabetes.– via Congressional Diabetes Caucus
- The World Health Organization estimates that more than 346 million people worldwide have diabetes. Take part in World Diabetes Day celebrations on November 14, 2012.– via World Health Organization
- The American Diabetes Association was founded in 1940 to address the increasing incidence of the disease.– via American Diabetes Association
- In 1916, Elliot Joslin, MD, published the first edition of The Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus. Joslin remains an internationally recognized influential voice in diabetes care.– via American Diabetes Association