I may be "preaching to the choir" here, but I suspect that some PWDs are not aware of the interesting and informative publication about all things diabetes, diaTribe. I have been following this publication for many years. It is written by and for PWDs, both T1 and T2. It covers the latest research and also the latest professional meetings on diabetes.
The publication describes its coverage:
In each issue of diaTribe, we bring you relevant, focused information – in short, we do all the homework, so you don't have to. Our columns include:
test drive - our personal, no-holds-barred experiences with new drugs & devices
new now next – short takes on the latest happenings from all over the diabetes and obesity worlds
logbook - a look at the human drama of diabetes by best-selling author James S. Hirsch
learning curve - a deeper dive into the science behind the news
thinking like a pancreas - diabetes management tips from one our favorite diabetes educators, Gary Scheiner
sum musings – perspectives on a life with diabetes by acclaimed "Six Until Me" diabetes social media expert Kerri Sparling
diaTribe dialogue - excerpts from our conversations with leading healthcare providers and scientists, who share with us lessons from their offices and labs
trial watch – a synopsis of currently recruiting diabetes and obesity-related clinical trials
fingersticks – our humorous, illustrated renditions of diabetes and obesity topics
quotable quotes – the best quotes about diabetes and obesity that we’ve recently heard
what we're reading – reviews of some of our favorite recent readings on diabetes and obesity
Issue number 60 just published. If you haven't read it before, I encourage you to look at what it has to offer. So much of what we do is a mind game. diaTribe keeps you abreast of all the latest developments in the fast changing diabetes world.