Diabetes Current

November, 2016

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In the News

Diabetes Awareness Month highlights need for action

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The Canadian Diabetes Association is proud to celebrate Diabetes Awareness Month and World Diabetes Day, and to take the opportunity to drive awareness of a disease that has reached epidemic proportions in Canada.

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Special feature in the Globe and Mail

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In recognition of Diabetes Awareness Month, the CDA partnered with the Globe and Mail to produce an informative special feature.

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Healthy Living

Give the gift of health this season!

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For a limited time, use the code CDAHolidaySale to get 20% off our "Canadian Guide to Living Well with Diabetes".

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Making Sense of Your Numbers

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Daily glucose tests, routine A1C lab tests – that's a lot of numbers to make sense of.

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Research in Progress

Canadian Diabetes Association celebrates top diabetes experts

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The CDA presented awards to more than twenty researchers and health-care professionals at our nineteenth annual Professional Conference and Annual Meetings in Ottawa.

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Support in Action

Help fund a cure for the next generation

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Janet's wish is a cure for diabetes for the next generation. Watch her video to see the impact that research advancements have had on her life.

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Regional News

Joining the fight against urban diabetes in Vancouver

Learn more about Cities Changing Diabetes

Around the world and here in Canada, cities like Vancouver are on the front-line of the urban diabetes epidemic. Approximately 60,000 people in Vancouver currently live with diabetes, while only 46,000 have been diagnosed.

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Find an event in your area!

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Learn more about the clinics, dances, regional fundraisers and door-to-door campaigns coming your way. Check our listings to see what's happening in your region!

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