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Novo Nordisk Supports Four San Francisco-based Organizations In Fight Against Diabetes$80,000 in Sponsorships awarded, aimed at helping San Francisco residents living with type 2 diabetes
Novo Nordisk, a world leader in diabetes care, announced today that it has awarded $80,000 in sponsorships to four San Francisco community organizations. The San Francisco sponsorships are part of the nationwide Novo Nordisk Community Care initiative to help rally communities to address the diabetes crisis and support local programs designed to make an impact for people living with type 2 diabetes. According to data commissioned by Novo Nordisk from the Institute of Alternative Futures, as of 2010, San Francisco had more than 433,000 people with diagnosed and undiagnosed diabetes and an additional 1.1 million people in danger of developing diabetes.
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You might be talking about a couple of different meet ups. One's a JDRF thing at Hoag down on Newport, another is an insulin pump group (Although non-Pumpers go too) in Santa Ana CA. The attendees are around fifty five & up. Haven't been there in a while, I can't drive due to eye damage from premature birth and the Santa Ana on is hard for me to get to.
I'm in Costa Mesa
New member, based in OC. Just wanted to say hello to the local "gang". Any meetups in the Orange County area? After digging around on-line, I thought I found one at a local hospital that meets once a month. Anyway, hope all is well. A B
An Endo in South OC I go to is Dr. Amit Kohli. he's at 25401 Cabot Dr. STE 101 Laguna Hills, CA 92653. Phone number is (949) 453-4306 He's good and will talk to you like an intelligent human He's cool in Pump use and so on too. Has helped me a lot.
Please recommend an endo in South Orange County.
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