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Taking Control of Your Diabetes Conference Returns to Indianapolis to Bring Answers, Advocacy and Hope for People With Diabetes
Date:5/5/2009

anies and organizations will be open throughout the day. Lunch is included and will feature special guest speaker Nicole Johnson, 1999 Miss America winner and renowned diabetes advocate. Ms. Johnson will share her personal story, living well with type 1 diabetes.

Pre-registration is recommended and financial aid is available for those who need assistance. Early registration fee is $25 per person, before May 27. The registration fee includes lunch, healthy snacks, and all conference activities and materials. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE IS AVAILABLE BY CALLING TCOYD. Onsite registration begins at 7:30 a.m. and costs $30. The conference is from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. To register or get more information, call 800-998-2693 or visit www.tcoyd.org.

TCOYD Indianapolis Conference Co-Directors include David G. Marrero, PhD, Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, at the Indiana University School of Medicine and Paris Roach, MD, also a professor, and director of endocrinology fellowship training program at Indiana University School of Medicine. Melinda S. Kelly, RN, CDE, Program Coordinator for the Diabetes Prevention Program Outcomes Study at the Indiana University School of Medicine is also co-directing this event. Kelly says, "Education is critical to overcoming this disease and this conference will arm people living with diabetes with the tools to fight back." Dr. Marrero also points out that the best way to improve your diabetes is to learn from others who both share and treat the disease: "Each time I attend a meeting like this, I learn a new approach to dealing with problems that all of us with diabetes experience."

Steven V. Edelman, MD, founder and director of Taking Control of Your Diabetes (TCOYD), was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 15. Edelman, an internationally recognized leader in diabetes treatment, research and educati
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