Diabetes Current sponsored by MD Analytics

February, 2016

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What aspects of diabetes management do you struggle with the most?

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Managing diabetes on a day-to-day basis is not easy. What aspects do you find most challenging? Share your thoughts with this quick MD Analytics survey, and you could win a $250 Shoppers Drug Mart gift card. We’ll post the survey results on our Facebook page in early March.

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A delicious way to celebrate Chinese New Year

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Asian greens such as Bok Choy, Sui Choy and Chinese cabbage are loaded with nutrients including folic acid and calcium. This stir-fry with jumbo prawns is sure to satisfy!

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Knowledge you can use to take control of your health

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Join the CDA and our expert speakers for a variety of engaging and exciting webinar sessions, from the comfort of your own computer! Each webinar includes a 45-minute presentation followed by a brief Q&A session.

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How your participation in market research improves diabetes care

Learn more about the MD Analytics Patient Panel

MD Analytics is looking for people with diabetes to join their market research panel. Participating in market research provides you with the opportunity to share your insights on managing diabetes and earn rewards.

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Research in Progress

How your support helps young people living with type 1 diabetes

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Canadians living with diabetes have the right to be treated with respect and dignity, and to be free from stigma and discrimination. With your help, the CDA is funding important research, led by Dr. Kaberi Dasgupta, to find solutions to the stigma experienced by teens and young adults with type 1 diabetes.

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Let’s create a brighter future for more than 500,000 Canadians

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Debbie Sissmore was four years old when she was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes almost 49 years ago. She was 30, newly married and working as a Grade 2 teacher, when complications of the disease took her sight.

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Thoughts That Give

Show some love this Valentine's Day!

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Make a donation to the CDA in honour of a loved one and, at your request, we'll send a gorgeous Valetine's Day eCard on your behalf.

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Clothesline announces its latest grand prize winner

Read about Jennifer and book your free home pick-up

Toronto's Jennifer Murray, the grand prize winner of Clothesline's "Lighten Your Load and Hit the Road!" campaign, has been awarded a $5,000 travel voucher to be used anywhere around the world. Read her story, and find out how you can give to our current campaign for a chance to win!

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Regional News

Ontarians need immediate action to reduce amputations

Read our report on the impact of foot care devices and join the call to action

Every four hours, there is an amputation in Ontario as a result of a diabetic foot ulcer (a serious foot wound). Read the CDA's latest report about how public funding for foot care devices can reduce the risk of amputation and lower health-care costs.

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