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This is the first of 16 pages cataloging all the on-line resources with substantive information about diabetes. That's because diabetes is one disease where poor treatment leads to complications that are much worse than the disease itself and where successful treatment depends much more on the individual than on the doctor.
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It is for everyone with type 1 or type 2 diabetes as well as for caregivers.
I especially want to draw your attention to my main Web page about diabetes, The Diabetes Directory.
That URL is of the other pages on my site that is very popular is a summary of information about the Glycemic Index (GI), which shows how quickly different foods make glucose available, something of great importance to people with diabetes.
The GI is a separate link on my site at review of a book about the Glycemic Index is yet another link on my site at you interested in the closest thing yet to a miracle food for people with diabetes?
This Web page brings together in one place descriptions of and links to all those places where people with diabetes can find resources that they can use.
Those links that I think are especially valuable are marked in The American Diabetes Association published a review of this Web site at their Web site on June 16, 1997.
In February 1995 when I started to keep track of "On-line Resources for Diabetics" (as I called it originally) the Internet had two mailing lists, two newsgroups, and two other Web sites dealing with diabetes (plus two each reachable by ftp or gopher).