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Diabetes Resource Guide

You can read about diabetes in books, magazines, and newspapers. You can watch programs about diabetes on television. You can even surf the Internet for diabetes information. How do you sort out the facts from fiction?

This list includes web sites that offer credible, unbiased information about diabetes. A list of phone numbers is included for organizations that offer free information about diabetes.

On the Internet

The American Diabetes Association
The American Dietetic Association  
The Mayo Foundation for Education and Research
Joslin Diabetes Center  
National Institute for Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases   
Children With Diabetes  
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation  
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute 

On the Phone

Wisenbaker Diabetes Center: 903-531-4848
Trinity Clinic Endocrinology: 903-510-1173
American Diabetes Association: 800-DIABETES; 800-342-2383
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International: 800-533-2873
National Diabetes Education Program: 800-860-8747
National Institutes of Health:301-496-4000
National Institutes of Diabetes & Digestive & Kidney Diseases:301-496-3586
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute: 301-592-8573

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