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US Southwest Diabetes

If you live in New Mexico, Arizona, Utah or Nevada and are touched by diabetes, this group is for you.

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Latest Activity: Sep 13

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Really could use a referral

Started by Diane McDowell Mar 29. 0 Replies

Does anyone know someone who lives in Albuquerque, NM

Started by Chef Robert The Happy Diabetic Oct 15, 2013. 0 Replies

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Comment by Kent Logy on March 31, 2010 at 9:33pm
Anybody riding Tour De Phoenix ?
Comment by Devon Inglee on February 17, 2010 at 7:23pm
Hello, Jerry! I will definitely be at the Tour de cure. My first! And thank you for the warm welcome...
Comment by Jerry Nairn on February 10, 2010 at 9:50am
Hi, Devon,
March 7 is the Tucson Tour de Cure. I will be down in Tucson that weekend. Of course, I only live about 90 minutes away anyway, in Chandler. I'd be happy to meet you.
Sorry for your diagnosis, but welcome to TuDiabetes and the diabetes community!
Comment by Devon Inglee on February 10, 2010 at 6:44am
Hello! I am a new member to TuDiabetes- and well a new "member" of Type 1 Diabetes as well (just diagnosed on Jan 23, 2010 at the age of 31) I live in Tucson and would love some fellow SW diabetic friends! Take care...
Comment by Jerry Nairn on December 10, 2009 at 11:17am
Hi, Brigitte,
If your friend is annoyed by your attempts to help, you might suggest that he find a community like this one, full of people who know what it's like to have diabetes. There are several online communities, and the ADA has a list of support groups that meet in person locally.
If he doesn't want help, then there's nothing anyone else can do about it.
Comment by Scott Berger on December 10, 2009 at 6:40am
Its tough Brigitte. Your heart is in the right place, but like with a lot of things, people won't change until they have to. I think its sad, but us humans seem to be wired to learn more from failure than from success. If you need someone to listen, post or email!
Comment by Jerry Nairn on November 12, 2009 at 3:03pm
TRIABETES INVITES YOU TO A SPECIAL 2009 IRONMAN WEEKEND

There's something for everyone at this year's Triabetes Ironman Weekend. Be one of more than 200 spectators for the greatest show in diabetes in 2009.

Meet the team that is bringing the world-class individual back to the world-class athlete.

Come celebrate the close of our second year with a special World Premiere of the Triabetes Documentary. Stay to support the team as they triumph together at Ironman Arizona.

TRIABETES DOCUMENTARY WORLD PREMIERE
Saturday, November 21, 9:45 AM
Andiamo Production, winner of 13 Emmy Awards, will show its Triabetes Documentary for the first time in High Definition at the Valley Art Theatre in Tempe, Arizona. Experience the magnitude of Ironman training first-hand, from the perspectives of people living with diabetes. Get your tickets today and receive a complimentary lunch at the Triabetes Awards Reception, courtesy of Insulindependence.

TRIABETES, THE NEXT GENERATION
You don't have to be an Ironman to inspire to millions. For the 2009 Triabuddies, you don't even have to be a teenager! Join us at the documentary showing and meet this year's Triabuddies--14 type 1 kids from across North America, who will be joining their Triabetes mentors after a group sailing expedition off the coast of Santa Barbara.

TRIABETES AWARDS RECEPTION
Reserve your ticket to the documentary showing and be there to meet these individuals and more as they're honored with their teammates at the 2009 Triabetes Awards Reception. Complimentary lunch will be provided by Insulindependence at the Gordon Biersch Brewery in Tempe.

Bill Carlson
DESA Lifetime Achievement Award Winner
First type 1 diabetic Ironman (1983)
5 Ironman World Championship Races
80 marathons, 3x 100-mile, 16x 50 mile Ultramarathons
140-time Triathlon Finisher

Denise Ricci
3-time Ironman Finisher
15-time Marathon Finisher
2-time Ultramarathon Finisher

Sébastien Sasseville
Mt. Everest Summit, 2008
2009 Speaker, IDF World Diabetes Congress

Anne Findlay
3-time Ironman Finisher
Lotoja 206 mi bike race with 10,000' elevation gain.
Death Ride, 129 mi bike race, 15,000' climbing

Jerry Nairn
49-time Marathon Finisher
5-time Ultramarathon Finisher
Boston Marathon Qualifier

IRONMAN ARIZONA
Fifteen accomplished athletes, racing to open new doors for people with diabetes. Watch them all swim 2.4 mile, bike 112 miles, and run a full marathon to achieve the ultimate in endurance sports. Cheer on the Triabetes Team alongside their Triabuddies in Tempe, AZ.

Can't make it to Arizona? Follow the Triabetes Twitter feed @triabetes for real-time updates throughout the day.
Comment by Kathy Wellner on October 21, 2009 at 6:44am
Hi, Jackie. This is a great website. Welcome....... I live in Chandler......
Comment by Jackie on October 18, 2009 at 12:26pm
Hello, I am a new member to Tudiabetes and look forward to the sharing and support of this group. I live in Mesa, Az.
Comment by Kathy Wellner on September 23, 2009 at 7:59am
Scott the phone number for the Diabetes Center is 480-728-3535......
 

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