TuDiabetes Live interview with Dr. Richard Insel, Chief Scientific Officer at JDRF

Richard Insel, M.D. oversees the research strategy at the JDRF, the worlds’ largest funder of type 1 diabetes research with an annual research budget over $100M that is focused on curing, treating, and preventing type 1 diabetes. Prior to joining JDRF in 2003, Dr. Insel was founding Director of the Center for Human Genetics and Molecular Pediatric Disease and Professor of Pediatrics and Microbiology/ Immunology at the University of Rochester Medical Center. During his 26-year affiliation with the University of Rochester Medical Center, he held several positions including, Director of the Strong Children’s Research Center, and Chief of the Division of Pediatric Immunology, Allergy, and Rheumatology, Acting Chair of Pediatrics. His research program at the University focused on immune responses to bacterial vaccines, including polysaccharide and protein-polysaccharide conjugate vaccines, and B lymphocyte immunity. Dr. Insel received pediatric and immunology training at Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, St. Mary’s Hospital, London, England, and the Center for Disease Control and is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and the American Board of Allergy and Immunology.
Among other topics, we’ll be discussing recent news of JDRF’s support for Janssen Pharmaceutical’s Disease Interception Approach to the prevention of type 1 diabetes.

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We at Beyond Type 1 (“Beyond Type 1,” “we,” “us,” or “our”) created this Privacy Policy (“Privacy Policy”) because we know that you care about how the information you provide to us is used and shared.  This Privacy Policy relates to the information collection and use practices of Beyond Type 1 in connection with our Services, which are made available through our Sites.

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Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”)

  1. Overview

Although our Pen Pal Program is directed towards children under the age of 13, we are a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization and are exempt from compliance with COPPA.  Nevertheless, we do care deeply about the privacy of children under the age of 13 and choose to protect the privacy of children under the age of 13 within the spirit of COPPA. For more information about COPPA and your child’s rights to online privacy, visit the Children’s Privacy section of the FTC’s website.

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  1. Consent.

We do not knowingly collect or solicit personally identifiable information from a child under 13 without first obtaining verifiable consent from that child’s parent or guardian (“Parental Consent”), except for the limited amount of personally identifiable information we need to collect in order to obtain Parental Consent such as child’s name, parent’s or guardian’s name, parent’s or guardian’s phone number and parent’s or guardian’s email address (“Required Information”). We will only use Required Information for the purpose of obtaining Parental Consent. In order to obtain Parental Consent, we will email your parent or guardian with direct notice about what information we are collecting, how we plan to use it, how your parent or guardian can provide consent, and how your parent or guardian can revoke consent (“Notice”). We will also provide a link to our Privacy Policy in our Notice.  If we do not receive Parental Consent within a reasonable time, we will delete the Required Information we received from you. If your parent or guardian provides Parental Consent, we will send a confirmation email confirming their consent and advising them how they can revoke their consent.  If you are a child under 13, please do not attempt to send any personal information about yourself to us before we obtain Parental Consent, except for the Required Information in the context of the Parental Consent process. If you believe that a child under 13 has provided us with personal information (beyond the Required Information) without our obtaining Parental Consent, please contact us at hello@beyondtype1.org. We do not condition participation in our Pen Pal Program on disclosure of more personal information from a child under 13 than is reasonably necessary for that participation, and we do not retain personal information from children under 13 longer than is reasonably necessary in order to fulfill the purpose for which it was disclosed.

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In the course of operating the Sites and/or providing the Services, we collect and/or receive the following information:

If you are under the age of 13 and you sign up to participate in our Pen Pal Program, you will be asked to provide the Required Information.

If you are not under the age of 13 and you sign up to participate in our Pen Pal Program, you will be asked to provide your name, email address, birth date, and diagnosis date. If you sign up to receive email newsletters and updates about our organization, you will be asked to provide your email address. If you contact us via the ‘contact’ feature on our Sites, you will be asked to provide your name and email address. If you would like to join our wall, you will be asked to provide your first name, age, email address, birthdate, location, Instagram, and approximate diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes.  In order to access and use certain Services, you may be required to register as a Member by providing your name, birth date, residence city, state, country and email address. In this Privacy Policy, we refer to this information as “Registration Information.”

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Information Collected Through the Sites that is Not Covered by this Privacy Policy.

You may voluntarily post and share information including, but not limited to comments, and experiences through blogs, forums and other similar features available from time to time through the Sites and the Services. None of the information you provide through the use of these features is protected by this Privacy Policy including any personal information. THIS PRIVACY POLICY DOES NOT APPLY TO ANY INFORMATION (INCLUDING PERSONAL INFORMATION) THAT YOU PROVIDE USING ANY SUCH FEATURES. ALL SUCH INFORMATION IS PUBLIC INFORMATION AND MAY BE VIEWED, COLLECTED, USED, MODIFIED AND/OR DISCLOSED FOR ANY PURPOSE BY BT1, ITS AFFILIATES AND SUBSIDIARIES, ANY USER OF THE SITES, AND THE PUBLIC.

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How We Use Your Information

We will use your Registration Information, Health Information and Usage Information for the following purposes:

  • To respond to your inquiries and contact you about changes to the Sites and the Services;
  • For any other purposes disclosed at the time the information is collected or to which you consent; and
  • As otherwise specifically described in this Privacy Policy.

We may also use your information to improve our Sites and Services, and may use cookies and other information to enable us to customize your user experience.

We will share your Registration Information with your Pen Pal. We are not responsible for any Pen Pal’s use of such information and their use of the information is not subject to this Privacy Policy.

We may use your Health Information and Personal Information for creating internal reports and to help us develop specific content for the Sites. Your diabetes type will be displayed in your Member profile.

We, like many businesses, sometimes hire other companies to perform certain business-related functions.  Examples include mailing information, maintaining databases, hosting services, and processing payments.  When we employ another company to perform a function of this nature, we provide them with the information that they need to perform their specific function, which may include your information.  We require such third parties to maintain the confidentiality of such information and use such information only as necessary to provide us with designated services.

If we or all or substantially all of our assets are acquired, we expect that the information that we have collected, including personal information, would be transferred along with our other business assets.

We may disclose user information to government authorities, and to other third parties when compelled to do so by government authorities, at our discretion, or otherwise as required by law, including but not limited to in response to court orders and subpoenas. We also may disclose user information when we have reason to believe that someone is or may be causing injury to or interference with our rights or property, other users of the Sites and the Services, or anyone else that could be harmed by such activities.

How We Protect Your Information

We take commercially reasonable steps to protect your information from loss, misuse, and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, or destruction. Please understand, however, that no security system is impenetrable. We cannot guarantee the security of our databases, nor can we guarantee that the information you supply will not be intercepted while being transmitted to and from us over the Internet. In particular, e-mail sent to or from us may not be secure, and you should, therefore, take special care in deciding what information you send to us via e-mail.

Control of Your Information

You may update the information you have provided to us by e-mailing us at hello@beyondtype1.org.

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External Links

The Sites and the Services may contain content, services, advertising and other materials that link to websites operated by third parties. We have no control over those other sites, and this Privacy Policy does not apply to them.

Important Notice to Non-U.S. Residents      

The Sites, the Services, and its servers are operated in the United States.  If you are a European Union citizen, we may transfer your personal information from the European Union (EU) to the United States (US). We will use User Consent to Transfer of Personal Data to the United States to obtain your consent.

California Privacy Rights

Under California Civil Code Section 1798.83, California residents who have an established business relationship with Beyond Type 1 may choose to opt out of our sharing your personal information with third parties for direct marketing purposes.  If you are a California resident and (1) you wish to opt out; or (2) you wish to request certain information regarding our disclosure of your personal information to third parties for the direct marketing purposes, please send an e-mail to [thom@beyondtype1.orgwith “Privacy Policy” in the subject line or write to us at:

Beyond Type 1

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Menlo Park, California 94025

In addition, Beyond Type 1 does not monitor, recognize, or honor any opt-out or do not track mechanisms, including general web browser “Do Not Track” settings and/or signals.

Changes to This Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy is effective as of the date stated at the top of this Privacy Policy.  We may change this Privacy Policy from time to time and will post any changes on the Sites as soon as they go into effect.  By visiting the Sites, and/or accessing and/or using the Services after we make any such changes to this Privacy Policy, you are deemed to have accepted such changes.  Please refer back to this Privacy Policy on a regular basis.

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Live interview with Gary Scheiner, CDE: April Fools’ “Fact or Fantasy?”

This event already occurred.  Enjoy the recording!

In this talk we’ll focus on diabetes facts and fantasies!  Will inhaled insulin replace injections and pumps?  Is there a working artificial pancreas system that the FDA is holding back from approval?  Can a low carb diet “cure” type 2 diabetes in people who don’t take insulin?

Bring all the rumors, whispers and conjecture you can think of. We’ll discuss what’s fact and what’s fantasy!

Gary is a certified diabetes educator, insulin-pump and continuous glucose monitor user and trainer, and Masters-level exercise physiologist.  He serves on the advisory boards of several diabetes device manufacturers and pharmaceutical companies; volunteers for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Diabetes Exercise & Sports Association, American Diabetes Association, and Setebaid diabetes camps; and serves on the faculty of Children With Diabetes.  Gary teaches and art and science of blood-glucose balancing to people with diabetes throughout the world from his private practice, Integrated Diabetes Services as well as through his online school of higher learning for insulin users, Type 1 University.

Join us on the homepage of TuDiabetes for a live presentation and question-and-answer session with 
Gary Scheiner, founder of 
Integrated Diabetes Services and author of 
Think Like a Pancreas, 
The Ultimate Guide to Accurate Carb Counting, and now Until there is a Cure: the Latest and Greatest in Diabetes Self-Care.

TuDiabetes Live interview with Sarah Howard: environmental factors and diabetes

At age 32, while pregnant with my oldest child, I failed a glucose tolerance test. My blood glucose was so high that the nurse asked me, “Why aren’t you in a coma?” I felt like I should have been. I had none of the risk factors for gestational diabetes, and my blood glucose level was a perfect 90 a month before the pregnancy. But I required insulin, and the nurse told me I needed to inject it into my (very pregnant, very large) abdomen. This, it turns out, was flawed advice. But I will never forget giving myself that first shot of insulin, in tears, with my husband out of town. I couldn’t get all the air bubbles out of the syringe; would they kill me? How did the doctor know that 10 units wasn’t too much? Would I wake up in the morning? What if the needle punctured my uterus?

Six weeks after my (large, but healthy) baby was born, I failed another glucose tolerance test. The doctor said I had type 2 diabetes, and if I lost the weight I had gained while pregnant, it might improve. I lost weight– I’d do anything to avoid those needles– and my blood glucose went even higher. He tested me for autoantibodies, and the test was positive. I had type 1 diabetes. (Maybe someone will diagnose me with LADA (Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults)– then I will have been diagnosed with four different types of diabetes, quite possibly a world record).

Seven years later, for the first time, I was happy that I had diabetes, of whatever type. My second child, at 23 months of age, was showing some symptoms of diabetes. My husband suggested checking his blood sugar, but I couldn’t bear to prick his little finger. After a week, we finally checked his blood sugar– “HI.” We went straight to the ER– “critically high.” It was almost 800. Thankfully I had seven years of practice dealing with this disease. He was on a pump within a month of diagnosis, and shortly after that a continuous glucose monitor.
I wondered, is there anything I can possibly do to prevent my older child from getting diabetes? He must be at some genetic risk, with two immediate family members who have type 1. I had heard that the incidence of type 1 diabetes was going up– was it really? Why? What causes type 1 diabetes? And then I discovered PubMed, where I could read zillions of studies on type 1 diabetes. I took up a new hobby, reading scientific studies. My website, Diabetes and the Environment, summarizes what I have found, and I intend to keep it up to date with new studies as they become available.

I began this research while sitting with my dad, a noted economist, when he was dying of cancer. He told me he had once heard that his type of cancer might be due to pesticide exposure. He said, “If this is because of something in the air, I’ll be p***ed.” It’s too late for him, but the health effects of environmental chemicals are certainly not limited to their potential role in diabetes. I focused on diabetes due to self-interest, my own interests, and because hardly anyone else was.

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TuDiabetes Live interview with Brandy Barnes and Natalie Strand

Join us for a live interview with Brandy Barnes, founder of DiabetesSisters, and Natalie Strand, 2010 winner of The Amazing Race, both of whom have diabetes! Brandy and Natalie recently teamed up to publish the book A Woman’s Guide to Diabetes, and they join us here to talk about the book, about their individual endeavors as women with diabetes, and to celebrate International Women’s Day, which is March 8th!!
Brandy Barnes is a healthcare industry leader, author, advocate for women with diabetes, key opinion leader, and speaker who has lived with Type 1 diabetes since 1990. She founded the 501c3 national nonprofit, DiabetesSisters, in January of 2008 to address the healthcare system’s gap in resources for women with diabetes.The organization’s mission is to improve the health and quality of life of women with and at risk of diabetes; and to advocate on their behalf.
She has been featured in All You, Diabetic Living, Diabetes Health, and Diabetes Forecast magazines. In December 2012 and October 2014, her contributions to the field of diabetes were featured in the Diabetes Forecast’s annual article “12 People to Know in Diabetes”.

Natalie Strand is a medical doctor and has had type 1 diabetes for over 24 years. In 2010 she competed on and won television reality show “The Amazing Race”, becoming the first person with diabetes to win the show, and the first all female team to win. Natalie has worked as a spokesperson for the JDRF, dLife, Colgate and Freedom Hospital promoting a healthy and active lifestyle, and has appeared on CNBC, CNN/HLN, EXTRA!, Rachel Ray, and The Doctors.

Category: Nonprofits & Activism
Uploaded by: Diabetes Hands Foundation
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TuDiabetes Live interview with Brian Mowll, CDE, SweetLife Diabetes Health Centers

Dr. Brian Mowll is the founder and medical director of SweetLife® Diabetes Health Centers and serves clients worldwide as The Diabetes CoachTM. He is a certified diabetes educator (CDE) and was one of the first doctors to be certified to practice functional medicine by the prestigious Institute for Functional Medicine.

Since 1998, Dr. Mowll has been helping people with all forms of diabetes properly manage their complex health conditions. Additionally, with type 2 diabetes, pre-diabetes, and metabolic syndrome, his goal is to not just manage, but to reverse these conditions using a natural, personalized lifestyle approach.

Dr. Mowll has spent over 20 years studying and applying clinical nutrition, physical activity, lifestyle management, functional medicine, and diabetes self-management education. He is the host of the popular “Diabetes World Summit”, as well as a prolific writer, blogger, and speaker.

In addition, he has written hundreds of articles about diabetes and natural health, and has been a featured speaker and contributor on diabetes. Dr. Mowll treats clients locally in the greater Philadelphia area and nationally through his acclaimed Diabetes CoachTM program.

Category: Nonprofits & Activism
Uploaded by: Diabetes Hands Foundation
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