This is my simply attempt to get some media attention for Faustman's work. I plan to tweak it for different talk shows, etc. This is the "Oprah" version. Enjoy and pass on to your friends!

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Comment by Dee Meloche on November 4, 2008 at 8:23am
A very powerful message for all our world leaders to stop this condition.This presentation is a sad reality.I watched this and it brought tears to my eyes just thinking that it could've been my children in those pictures.Let's hope we get some action!
Comment by Bernard on August 26, 2008 at 8:44am
Just a quick note. I'm taking part in a triathlon soon and using the event to fund raise for Dr. Faustman's research. So if you'd like to let folks know the details are all on my triathlon page. My goal isn't as high as previous years, but every $ helps.
Comment by Ken Winters on April 28, 2008 at 2:57pm
Great video! Even after nearly 32 years with the disease, it still brought tears to my eyes. Not for myself (as I've grown use to it), but for the many young children who will suffer.
Comment by Renee on April 28, 2008 at 1:35pm
well i sent mine in and i also told her that i just found out 3 yrs ago that i had diabetes my mom passed away with diabetes . my sister and brother has it also . there type 1 but i'm type 2 i hope i dont go to type 1 . i really feel bad for everyone that is type 1 . my best friend is a type 1 and i know what he goes through. but i dont look at anyone els different then me . i love everyone the same. take care all my new friends.
Comment by Elaine on April 27, 2008 at 5:25pm
Thank you, with tears in my eyes--thank you.
Comment by tmana on April 27, 2008 at 5:23pm
So, a video asking Oprah to make a donation? How about, asking not just for a donation of money, but a donation of time -- exposure -- association of their known celebrity status? Also, is there a reasonable way to get past the hundreds of these sort of requests most celebrities get on a daily basis, to let her know the significance of this particular request?
Comment by Manny Hernandez on April 27, 2008 at 2:50pm
Amiga:
This is awesome! I will post it on diabetesvlog.blogspot.com, feature it here on TuDiabetes and tell people in the community to check this out.

Thanks for doing this!

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