A Daughter’s Tribute

Barbara Laskaris’ relationship with her father introduced her to TCOYD many years ago when she was looking for ways to help him with the challenges of living with diabetes. Seeing his struggle made her feel even more strongly about the importance of diabetes education. She’s now raising funds in his honor, and she shares the indelible legacy he’s left behind.

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A Dose of Dr. E: Frozen Shoulder: How to “Let It Go”

Many people with diabetes (both type 1 and type 2) seem to be susceptible to something called “frozen shoulder”. Dr. Edelman has been living with this painful condition for over a year, but physical therapy has worked wonders. Dr. E’s PT explains the causes of frozen shoulder and gives treatment options that can thaw the freeze to get you back on track.

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A Life-Saving Insulin Donation

The stresses of life during COVID-19 are difficult enough, but imagine having type 1 diabetes and having to ration your insulin on top of everything else. A mother and son share their experience negotiating their healthcare challenges, and receive a donation of insulin and supplies from the Helmsley Foundation and TCOYD.

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TCOYD Transitions to Online Events and Going Virtual Has Its Perks!

All of our conferences will be online for the remainder of 2020, and we’ve discovered that virtual events have a ton of perks. We’re still able to offer live Q&As with diabetes specialists, one-on-one video chats with exhibitors, opportunities to network with people all over the world, and the ability to watch most programs for free.

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