The Ohio State University Medical Center is bringing the world's top diabetes physicians to Columbus for the Global Diabetes Summit. These international leaders will bring their expertise to this uniqe community event on December 1, 2007 featuring:
The widely used diabetes drug Avandia should be pulled from the market because of heart risks, a federal scientist said Monday.
Those risks, combined with no unique short-term benefits in helping diabetics control blood-sugar levels, fail to justify keeping Avandia on the market, according to a copy of a slide presentation by Food and Drug Administration scientist Dr. David Graham.
The document was distributed at the…Continue
So if Tu Diabetes becomes a huge social network, will there be a special reward for the first 100 members? Will we have a conference, flown in VIP, all expenses paid for? And for those of us who do not have Diabetes, will we be included in this special treat?
Okay, so i'm asking a bit much but to be quite honest I am very excited to see this group grow as rapidly as it has! Is there a "member online" or Instant Message feature we can add to build another social dynamic into this? I…Continue
So I'm not diabetic, but I am in support of the awareness this site brings to this particular community. It's really opened my eyes to Web 2.0 and how vertical social sites similar to this one will really be the mainstream way to surf the net.
Search is going to have to change, because user recommendations are becoming just as important as finding exactly what you're looking for at the moment you're looking.
On another topic is there anyone in Tudiabetes.com that has Kidney…Continue