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Blogabetes: Bloggers about Diabetes!

The most comprehensive and valuable patient support groups of the web focus on diabetes. dLife is a unique site dedicated to people dealing with diabetes:

The number one source that empowers millions of diabetes patients and those who care for them to live well with diabetes. dLife is the place for all aspects of your diabetes life — information, inspiration, and connection with others who share your challenges and concerns.

And now it launched Blogabetes, a blog aggregator featuring the most interesting articles of bloggers who have diabetes and want to share their experiences, advices with other patients. It’s a great idea and a well-structured method.

One of the featured bloggers is Kerri Morrone whose Behind the Scene Scienceroll interview can be found here.

For more on diabetes and web 2.0:

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  1. Do you happen to know how people’s blog get on to blogabetes? I’m a youth diabetes advocate, and would really like to share my public health oriented blog.
    Thanks,
    kellydh

    September 27, 2007
  2. I asked Kerri Morrone of Six Until Me to answer your question.

    September 27, 2007
  3. Hi Kelly!

    I’m the editor for Blogabetes at dLife. The writers for Blogabetes were hand-selected as a result of their fantastic writing abilities and their way of connecting with others in the diabetes community. Blogabetes isn’t a feed engine, but instead new and original material from some of the blogosphere’s best and brightest.

    If you would like to talk further about this, feel freeto contact me via my work email at morrone at dlife dot com.

    Best,
    Kerri.

    September 27, 2007
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