ISSUE NO: 17
DATE: JUNE 2007

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LEADING FROM THE FRONT

Caaryjn Laare Chingys-Shugyr Vannin

A Charity registered in the Isle of Man. Charity number 894. All monies collected from whatever source will be used exclusively on the Isle of Man for the benefit of diabetics and their medical carers

Web: www.diabetes.org.im e-mail: editor@diabetes.org.im e-mail: secretary@diabetes.org.im

The New Minister for Health and Social Security Mr Eddie Teare talks to The Diabetic.
The Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Committee and Dr Khan challenge Mr McGregor Edwards comments on what they actually said regarding the Prosthetic Audit.
The Quest to keep open the workshop of the Manx Foundation for Physically Disabled.
£5,480 the cost of going private at Noble’s for two cataract operations in 2006
In 2007 it has gone up to £5,558

In this issue

The Fourth AGM
Dr Blackman ’s Lecture.
New Driving Licences and the Diabetics
The DHSS Community Care Support Systems
Changes to Charity Audit Requirements  
Meetings during the Quarter.
Is Hell Exothermic or endothermic                                                                   
The Douglas Bader Foundation
Lynne wants to be a Bear
New Diabetic Books for Keyll Darree Library
News Updates
Obese patients a factor in nurses back pains
Microchips for diabetes
Crematoriums with bigger furnaces
as obesity increases
Blood Sugar Controls
The Nanopump
The Coming Centenary of the
Ramsey Cottage Hospital
AGM Chairman’s Report
The Last Laugh

Feegan's Internet Cafe

Food to eat in
Food to take away
Food for thought
Are all available at

THE BEST HOT-SPOT IN TOWN

THE FOURTH AGM

    The fourth Annual General Meeting of the Friends of the Manx Diabetes Centre took place at Keyll Darree on Thursday 3rd May at 7.30 p.m.


The Deputy Chairman and Chairman

    The Guest speaker for the evening was Dr Alison Blackman who addressed the meeting on the theme, “It is an Exciting time in the management of diabetes” with all the new developments that are now taking place.

    We on the Island are also on the verge of exciting and changing times.

    Very shortly a diabetes Audit Report is formally expected from the DHSS on diabetes care on the Isle of Man, and the direction this future care will eventually take.



 

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