Development of Insulin Pump Funding in Ontario, B.C. & Newfoundland and Labrador- Info Needed!

Hi everyone!

I'm a type 1 diabetic of 10 years and pump users for 9 years, am currently writing my undergraduate thesis on a topic that is close to home: the development of insulin pump funding in Ontario, B.C. and Newfoundland & Labrador, and am wondering if anyone has any resources (i.e. news articles/releases, key informants about the topics, research papers, etc.) or personal stories about how insulin pump funding came about in the above three provinces (i.e., in Ontario it was a result of a Bill 55, but who were the key players in getting that bill passed?).

Any information would be greatly appreciated!

-Em

Tags: funding, insulin, pump

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http://www.diabetesadvocacy.com/pump_coverage.htm as a GREAT start ; Barb is a member and from NF .Canadian Diabetes Association has info too ; I am an Advocate with the Ass'n and we were in Victoria in May with the ASK for insulin pumps for over age 18 .
I promise to locate and provide more information later .

http://www.diabetes.ca/advocacy/reports-and-information/
This is , I believe , very recently posted on the CDA's website .

Wow, thanks Nel, this is very helpful so far!

Thank you for your response and that the links maybe helpful to you Did I note on Facebook , that you and Barb connected ?? Thumbs Up ...all the best for now ...N

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