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Evaluation of differing type 1 diabetes treatment regimens in youth in Rwanda. Trevor J Orchard on behalf of Deborah Edidin, Sara Marshall, Laurien Sibomana and Rachel Miller (University of Pittsburgh Life for a Child–Pitt Initiative) ; Francois and Crispin Gishoma, Vedaste Kaberuka, Etienne Uwingabire ( Association Rwandaise des Diabetiques); Wilson Rubanzana, Bernard Rwabufigiri, Jean-Baptiste Kakoma (National University of Rwanda/School of Public Health) and Graham Ogle (Life for a Child). IS
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  Evaluation of differing type 1 diabetes treatment regimens in youth in Rwanda. Trevor J Orchard   on behalf of Deborah Edidin, Sara Marshall, Laurien Sibomana and Rachel Miller (University of Pittsburgh Life for a Child  – Pitt Initiative) ; Francois and Crispin Gishoma, Vedaste Kaberuka, Etienne Uwingabire ( Association Rwandaise des Diabetiques); Wilson Rubanzana, Bernard Rwabufigiri, Jean-Baptiste Kakoma (National University of Rwanda/School of Public Health) and Graham Ogle (Life for a Child). ISPAD, TORONTO, September 3 rd  2014   NIH/NIDDK RC4 DK 090809  Life for a Child (LFAC) is a program operated by the International Diabetes Federation, an organization that strives to increase access to and advance treatment, policy, management, education, and prevention for youth with diabetes. LFAC supports children with type 1 diabetes through 25 years of age. They primarily supply insulin and blood testing supplies for youth in developing countries and are expanding into assistance with education, HbA1c testing and complication screening e.g. micro-albuminuria.  Rwanda ARD Started in 2003 with 3 children; grew to 30 by 2006 - 301 in 2009 - 390 in 2010 - 634 in 2011 - 684 in 2012 - 800 in 2013 - Relationship with University of Pittsburgh started in 2008, with the first Pitt MPH Student Visit in June-July 2009. This is an annual summer internship for a 6 week period ; 8 students so far.

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