Not everyone could attend MasterLab, but there are a number of good round ups and blog posts about this day to inspire advocacy and action.

Here are links to some of my favorites.

Twitter feed for #masterlab:https://twitter.com/search?q=%23masterlab&src=typd Here you can follow along with people's tweets during the day and after.

The folks at DiaTribe News Storifyed the day:  https://storify.com/diaTribeNews/an-epic-masterlab-at-cwdffl14

DiabetesMine shared the insights of several PWD who attended: http://www.diabetesmine.com/2014/07/doc-insights-from-the-diabetes-... 

Diabetes Daily focused on the power lessons on how to effectively build a movement and advocate:  http://www.diabetesdaily.com/voices/2014/07/powerful-lessons-from-t...

There were over 100 people who spent at least some part of the day at MasterLab. Many of them are TuDiabetes members and Diabetes Advocates members. It would be great if they would share their thoughts and reflections here. So that we can all learn and be inspired.

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Comment by Judith in Portland on July 11, 2014 at 5:12pm

Thanks for the VERY helpful summary of available info. Well done, Corrina...

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