Diabetes WA phone lines temporarily out of order
Diabetes WA, as part of Diabetes Australia, warmly welcomes the Coalition’s election commitment of $54 million to help children living with type 1 diabetes to access continuous glucose monitoring.
With recent changes made by the Commonwealth Department of Health to the National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS), there will be some changes to how you will purchase your NDSS products from July 2016.
Results to be published in the West Australian
Saturday 14 November is World Diabetes Day – a day when people around the world come together to show their support for those living with this chronic condition.
Diabetes WA welcomes the launch of the new Australian National Diabetes Strategy 2016–2020 and hopes it will strengthen the fight against the nation’s biggest health threat.
Results will be published in the West Australian on Wednesday 30/09/2015.
Last month's Teen Camp at Camp Kulin was a great success!
All major diabetes-related organisations in Western Australia have come together to form an alliance to promote the shared cause of diabetes – the state’s fastest growing chronic condition.
UWA researchers are seeking study participants with type 1 diabetes, aged 18-35.