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Last month we asked you to share your thoughts on products you
would like to see the Australian Government subsidise through the
National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS). Thank you to those who
provided feedback. Read on to find which areas were of greatest
importance to you.
There was a full moon rising when about 80 Diabetes Queensland
members and supporters climbed Brisbane's Story Bridge, which was
lit blue for the night to mark National Diabetes Week (July
Generously sponsored by Abbott, the climb helped keep the
Diabetes Queensland would like to thank Peter and June Hawton,
and the Warra Hotel's Jim Phelan for their recent support.
With the help of friends and family, Peter and June
(photographed with Diabetes Queensland's Kathleen Cook and her
husband Matt, who volunteered)...
Diabetes Queensland's Grants Program
provides funding for educational activities and camps for children
Since 2009, our aim has been to
support as many camp providers as possible in various locations
across the state. The program is funded through the...
If you can't understand or adapt diabetes advice from health
professionals to suit your lifestyle, you probably won't follow
Diabetes Queensland has recently partnered with Brisbane South
PHN to identify culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD)
A new app linked with a heart rate monitor could be key to
helping more people incorporate physical activity into their
diabetes management. The new app is one of a number of new research
programs to receive funding from Diabetes Australia.
Diabetes Australia CEO...
Sixty years after he was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes,
Samford's Garun Snow received a medal to mark the
Garun Snow accepts his 60 yearKellion Victory Medal
fromDr Alan Stocks AM of the Kellion Diabetes
"I was diagnosed in...
Dr Alan Stocks AM, a giant in the diabetes
community,has retired from the Kellion Foundation on the same
day he received a Victory Medal to mark living with type 1 diabetes
for 60 years.
Dr John Turtle AO, Dr Alan Stocks AM, Neil Decker and John
Fifty years after she was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes,
Bundaberg's Maria Lavaring received a medal to mark the
"I was only 13 months old and still living in Cyprus when I was
first diagnosed with diabetes," said Maria.
"We moved to Australia...
Twenty-three people and their loved ones
gathered at a special morning tea for Kellion Victory Medal
recipients, hosted by Diabetes Queensland on Sunday 14 July to mark
the beginning of National Diabetes Week.
Kellion Victory Awards are presented
to people who have lived with...