- Act to reverse the global diabetes epidemic through strategic partnerships in medical research and education.
- Discover effective and inexpensive treatments for malnutrition diabetes through world-class research.
- Empower local community health workers and medical professionals to engage in effective and sustainable diabetes programs within their own communities.
Esterson et al from the Global Diabetes Institute conducted a systematic review of diabetes care models in low-resource settings:
Journal of Healthcare for the Poor and Underserved. Volume 25, Number 1, February 2014.
Isaac, 15-year-old child from Uganda
The most poignant story we have encountered is that of Isaac, a 15-year-old orphan (featured in Einstein's Annual Report) who would sell his insulin to buy food for his grandmother. Since children taking insulin need regular meals and medical attention to survive, we arranged to send Isaac to a boarding school for children with medical needs...
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