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July 22, 2019CDN News, Conference Recaps
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The College Diabetes Network (CDN) is excited to announce that 17 of its members were selected to attend the TCOYD ONE Conference and Retreat August 16-18 in San Diego, CA through a scholarship program offered by the San Diego-based nonprofit, Taking Control Of Your Diabetes… Read more
July 2, 2019CDN News, Conference Recaps
The College Diabetes Network has chosen two student leaders from their NextGen Leadership Program to attend the Children with Diabetes Friends for Life Conference. Meet the students here! The Friends for Life Conference Conference in Orlando, Florida from July 16-21, 2019, brings together… Read more
July 2, 2019Conference Recaps
This past June, I attended the ADA Scientific Sessions in San Francisco. As a CDN NextGen Leader, I had the incredible opportunity to connect with a mentor in the diabetes sector: a child psychologist who specializes in pediatric diabetes care. I am a recent graduate of Portland State University… Read more
July 2, 2019Conference Recaps
The opportunity to attend ADA, thanks to CDN’s Nextgen program, was an opportunity of a lifetime. The conference allowed me to make many new connections, including with 5 other young adults who aspire to enter the diabetes healthcare field, my mentor and other innovators in diabetes patient care… Read more
July 1, 2019Exercise
It is no secret that adjusting to college life is a great challenge for many young adults. For me, having both type one diabetes and college athletics incorporated into my daily routine makes some days more difficult than others. Having just wrapped up my first year of school away from home, I have… Read more
June 26, 2019Conference Recaps
Editor's Note: Applications are now open to attend a conference with CDN this summer. Apply here! I was diagnosed with type one diabetes at the age of 11 on May 5th, 2009. Because we caught it early, my body was still helping me out by making at least some insulin, so I wasn’t really fazed at… Read more