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IDDT Newsletter – September 2018

Click the links below to listen to the audio versions of the IDDT Newsletter

 

Part 1 – Welcome

 

Part 2 – Press Coverage

 

Part 3 – So What is the Advice of the RMOC?

 

Part 4 – Personal Experience

 

Part 5 – Pharmaceutical News

 

Part 6 – Mobile Apps

 

Part 7 – Roche Announces Urgent Recall on Certain Test Strips

 

Part 8 – IDDT Conference 2018 – Come and Join Us

 

Part 9 – Hypurinbovine Insulin Predicted Depletion Dates

 

Part 10 – Bits and Pieces

 

Part 11 – The Pneumo Jab

 

Part 12 – Jeremy Hunt Watch

 

Part 13 – The Late John Hill

 

Part 14 – The Winners of IDDT’s Lottery Draw

 

Part 15 – Diabetes Care in UK Care Homes not Good Enough

 

Part 16 – Hypoglycaemia Varies with Age and Duration of Diabetes

 

Part 17 – NHS News

 

Part 18 – NHS Healthcheck Programme not Cost Effective

 

Part 19 – IDDT Annual General Meeting

 

Part 20 – Nice to Know There are Good Samaritans Around

 

Part 21 – Research

 

Part 22 – Involving Patients in Decisions Makes no Difference to Health Outcomes

 

Part 23 – Hypo Unawareness in Type 1 Diabetes Appears to Stop the Brain From Noticing Low Blood Sugar

 

Part 24 – Do you Remember?

 

Part 25 – Older Insulins as Effective as the Newer Ones

 

Part 26 – From our own Correspondents

 

Part 27 – Artificial Pancreas is a Safe and Effective Treatment for Type 1 Diabetes – or is it?

 

Part 28 – Yes, We Know the NHS is Short of Money, but…

 

Part 29 – Can I Have a Rant?

 

Part 30 – Global Type 1 Diabetes Study in Adolescents

 

Part 31 – Lizzie’s Tea Party

 

Part 32 – Snippets

 

Part 33 – Severe Obesity in 10 to 11 Year Olds Reaches Record High

 

Part 34 – Sugary Drink Consumption and the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

 

Part 35 – from your Editor Jenny Hirst