ADW Diabetes supports the Naples Diabetes Conference hosted by Help A Diabetic Child and the Greater Naples YMCA. This amazing conference brought together doctors, researchers, medical experts, patients, parents and caretakers. The conference discussed, answer questions, and educated anyone who was affected by Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes. This all-day event held on Nov 2nd 2016 had medical experts discussing topics ranging from Type 1 Research to Understanding Your Options.
A few of the featured speakers included:
David Baidal, MD – Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and member of the Diabetes Research Institute Islet Transplant team.
Sureka Bollepalli, MD – Pediatric Endocrinologist at the University of South Florida, College of Medicine.
Michael Haller, MD – Chief of Pediatric Endocrinology at the University College of Medicine
Henry Rodriguez, MD – Professor of Pediatrics at the University of South Florida, Director of the USF Diabetes Center, and PI of the USF TrialNet Clinical Center.
This is the second year that ADW Diabetes has attended the Naples Diabetes Conference and was honored to participate in the well organized and valuable event for the diabetes community.
About ADW Diabetes
ADW Diabetes is a mail order company dedicated to keeping diabetes management affordable. ADW is focused on helping customers by providing one of the largest selections of diabetes products, including insulin pump supplies and blood glucose testing products at significant discounts to uninsured or underinsured customers. ADW is involved in and supports the diabetes community and organizations that further diabetes education and research. For more information visit www.adwdiabetes.com.
About Help A Diabetic Child
HADC is dedicated to provide children with vital diabetic supplies and insulin. Help a Diabetic Child has a mission to purchase blood glucose testing supplies and insulin for children and college students who are in financial distress. HADC aims to get supplies to as many children as possible so they might stay as healthy as they can until a cure for this disease is found. For more information visit helpadiabeticchild.org.