Kara and the Not So Dire Beastie

In honor of Diabetes Awareness Month, we are releasing the Spanish version of our animated diabetes education series…Kara & the not so Dire Beastie

Kara and the (Not So) Dire Beastie is the story of a 10-year-old girl diagnosed with type 1 diabetes who goes on an adventure that helps her learn what it […]

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ECHO Type 1 Diabetes

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ECHO Type 1 Diabetes is an 18-month pilot program, which is allowing researchers at the University of Florida and Stanford University to learn more about how to improve care access for underserved adult and pediatric communities living with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D).

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