Currently in Pediatric Diabetes (February 2014)
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- THE JUVENILE DIABETES RESEARCH FOUNDATION.NETWORK FOR PANCREATIC ORGAN DONORSWITH DIABETES (nPOD) PROGRAM: GOALS,OPERATIONAL MODEL AND EMERGING FINDINGS. Alberto Pugliese; Mingder Yang; Irina Kusmarteva; Tiffany Heiple; Francesco Vendrame; Clive Wasserfall; Patrick Rowe; Jayne M. Moraski; Suzanne Ball; Les Jebson, Desmond A. Schatz, Roberto Gianani, George W. Burke, Concepcion Nierras; Teo Staeva; John S. Kaddis; Martha Campbell-Thompson and Mark A. Atkinson
- TRANSFER FROM PEDIATRIC TO ADULT HEALTH CARE: EFFECTS ON DIABETES OUTCOMES. Sarah K. Lyons; Dorothy J. Becker and Vicki S. Helgeson
- PUBERTY AS AN ACCELERATOR FOR DIABETES COMPLICATIONS. Yoon Hi Cho; Maria E Craig and Kim C Donaghue
- INSULIN DEGLUDEC’S ULTRA-LONG PHARMACOKINETIC PROPERTIES OBSERVED IN ADULTS ARE RETAINED IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES. Torben Biestera; Sarah Blaesiga; Kerstin Remusa; Bärbel Aschemeiera; Olga Kordonouria; Charlotte Granhallb; Flemming Søndergaardc; Niels Rode Kristensend; Hanne Haahre and Thomas Danne.
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