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Message from the IDF President for World Diabetes Day

Message from the IDF President

Today we mark World Diabetes Day. It is a day of celebration for those with diabetes who demonstrate that with access to the right diabetes care, education and essential medicines life can be lived to its fullest.

Diabetes: protect our future

Tomorrow is World Diabetes Day, the day that marks the birthday of Sir Frederick Banting and the opportunity for millions of people around the world to come together and produce a powerful and united voice calling on the world to act on diabetes to protect our future.

High number of people with diabetes in Europe receiving inadequate care

Prof Assal and Dr Lukacs win 2013 IDF Europe Prizes in Diabetes

Professor Jean-Philippe Assal  and Doctor Krisztina Lukacs were presented with the 2013 IDF Europe Prize in Diabetes at an award ceremony at the European Parliament in Brussels today.

Diabetes awareness week kicks off today in European Parliament

Diabetes awareness week kicks off today in the European Parliament in Brussels, coinciding with World Diabetes Day which is celebrated each year on 14 November. Hosted by Sarah Ludford MEP in collaboration with IDF Europe, the week aims at raising awareness of the diabetes epidemic through a series of initiatives.

IDF Partner raises awareness and money for Life for a Child

Boehringer Ingelheim, a partner of the International Diabetes Federation will be  donating a further €25,000 to the Life for a Child (LFAC) programme to help children in need. This is the fifth year they have supported this programme.

IDF appoints new Chief Executive Officer

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IDF Partner raises awareness and money for Life for a Child

Boehringer Ingelheim, a partner of the International Diabetes Federation will be  donating a further €25,000 to the Life for a Child (LFAC) programme to help children in need. This is the fifth year they have supported this programme.

Support our World Diabetes Day Thunderclap!

Help our World Diabetes Day message be heard by joining our World Diabetes Day Thunderclap initiative and showing your support for the millions of people with diabetes who do not have access to the care they need to manage their condition effectively.

Thunderclap is a website that allows people to pledge to Tweet or Facebook a message all on the same day and at the exact same time, in order to achieve the maximum effect. We need to reach at least 250 supporters at the latest on November 14, but the more supporters we get the more successful the campaign will be.

New issue of Treatment Strategies - Diabetes now online!

The latest issue of Treatment Strategies - Diabetes is now available online.

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