Contents, Voice of the Diabetic, Winter 1999

Contents, Voice of the Diabetic, Winter 1999

VOICE OF THE DIABETIC

The Diabetes Action Network of the National Federation of the
Blind
A Support and Information
Network

Volume 14, Number 1, Winter Edition 1999

VOICE OF THE DIABETIC, published
quarterly, is the national newsmagazine of the Diabetes Action Network of the
National Federation of the Blind. It is read by those interested in all aspects
of blindness and diabetes. We show diabetics that they have options regardless
of the ramifications they may have had. We have a positive philosophy and know
that positive attitudes are contagious.
News items, change of address notices,
and other magazine correspondence should be sent to: Ed Bryant, Editor, VOICE
OF THE DIABETIC, 1412 I-70 Drive SW, Suite C, Columbia, Missouri 65203; Phone:
(573) 875-8911; Fax: (573) 875-8902..
Find us on the World Wide Web at: http://www.nfb.org
and follow the links for "diabetes."
Copyright 1999 Diabetes Action Network,

National Federation of the Blind. ISSN 1041-8490
Note: The information and advice contained
in VOICE OF THE DIABETIC are for educational purposes, and are not intended
to take the place of personal instruction provided by your physician, or by
your health care team. Discuss any changes in your treatment with the appropriate
health professionals.

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INSIDE THIS ISSUE

HELEN OLSON: 67 YEARS WITH DIABETES
THE IMPORTANCE
OF GOOD CONTROL
ASK THE DOCTOR
by Wesley W. Wilson, MD
QUITTING
SMOKING
NEW WOUND
CARE PRODUCT
THE CLAY NEVER
HARDENS
by Nancy Scott
THE SEARCH FOR
ANONYMITY
by Marc Maurer
IN MEMORY
OF A LEADER
by Ed Bryant
INSULIN,
THE BOGEYMAN
by Peter J. Nebergall,
PhD
NEW NONINVASIVE
METER
1999 NATIONAL
CONVENTION
DIALYSIS
AT NATIONAL CONVENTION
WHAT IS DIABETES
MELLITUS?
by Arturo Rolla, MD, and Joan Stout
DOCTOR SUGGESTS
NEW PRIORITIES COULD REDUCE DIABETIC BLINDNESS
UKPDS: GOOD NEWS
FOR PEOPLE WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES
by Richard Hellman, MD, FACP, FACE
RECIPE CORNER
COOKING WITH SUZI
by Suzi Castle
DIET AFTER TRANSPLANTATION
by Patricia Harum, RD, CS, LD
ALTERNATIVE MEAT
by Peter J. Nebergall, PhD
SWEET REWARD:
REDUCING ERRORS WITH IV INSULIN
LETTERS
TO THE EDITOR
ELI LILLY FAILS
TO RESPOND TO EDITOR'S LETTER
by Ed Bryant
NEW RETINOPATHY
TREATMENT
BOOK REVIEWS
by Marilyn Helton
WHAT YOU ALWAYS
WANTED TO KNOW BUT DIDN'T KNOW WHERE TO ASK
(Resource Column)
FOOD FOR
THOUGHT
VOICE DISTRIBUTORS
NEEDED

Posted: November 13 , 1998

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