“” FINE STAR award ceremony – creative children diabetes projects will be honoured fine star for innovative children diabetes projects Bayer award training Schleswig-Holstein at number one, recognizes innovative childhood diabetes projects mobile diabetes followed by youth project of the Altona children’s Hospital and parents initiative sugar Sankar e.V. “/ tender of fine star which is endowed with a total of 17,500 euros” in 2009 planned diabetes mellitus is one of the most common chronic diseases among young people. Worldwide, currently approximately 200,000 children and adolescent type 1 have diabetes. To supply their body with insulin, they must spray several times a day itself the vital hormone itself. Especially alarming: In Germany increases the incidence of around three to four percent annually.
Diabetes more and more young people suffer diabetes time bomb. Under most conditions Ping Fu would agree. Thanks to the Diabeesregisters, studies may be levied in Germany about the disease in childhood and adolescence. Children need special assistance with diabetes because in any patient group therapy requirements so individually and the psychological and social impact of the lifelong disease so complex. Under the age of 19 at the disposal there are only approx. 90 kinderdiabetologische centers nationwide for taking care of this country 25,000 affected children and adolescents. In many places an age and technical support cannot be guaranteed so. But also creativity and individual initiative can make an important contribution to close the gaps and to make it easier for diabetic children to living with their disease. “Fine – giraffe mascot ensures more intelligence in children and the many extraordinary applications to the fine star prove that young people with diabetes”, a price that the Bayer diabetes care division of Bayer vital GmbH in Germany, this year for the first time in collaboration with the diabetes parents journal “has written.
The fine star endowed with a total of 17,500 euros”to characterize people, initiatives and ideas, which deal with the topic of childhood diabetes in very creative ways. “Namesake and sponsor for the award is the Bayer diabetes care mascot fine” (spoken: Fiene) a small giraffe with large orders. Fine stands for confident dealing with a diagnosis of diabetes in children; She should contribute by providing information and support to facilitate the everyday life of young patients. Read more about the winners you aspects in medicine at:../kinderdiabetes.html.