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Support Camp Hertko Hollow - Iowa's Camp for Children with Diabetes - with three great events!

Diabetes: My Struggles with Jim Turner

Sunday, September 9, 2007, 6:30pm

Des Moines Playhouse, Des Moines, Iowa

Written and performed by nationally recognized comedian and actor, Jim Turner, who just happens to be a native of Des Moines, IA and a former patient of Dr. Hertko's. This one man play currently being performed around the country by Jim, portrays his life in a very seriously funny way what living with diabetes for him has been all about. "What I hope non-diabetics will take away from this show is a rough idea of the 24-hour, minute to minute, roller coaster life a diabetic lives. And I would love for diabetics (or, peoples with diabetes) to come away feeling that some aspect of this strange, internally violent, emotionally confusing, lonely disease we share was given a voice for a couple minutes to represent what it is we do every damn minute of every day." Click HERE for more info.

The Marvin & Rose Lee Pomerantz Legacy Ball, in the fight against Diabetes

Friday, September 7

Marriott Hotel, Des Moines, IA

This black tie gala event is in collaboration with the American Diabetes Association, Iowa Chapter.

Step Out to Fight Diabetes Walk

Saturday, October 6, 2007

Rain or Shine Blank Park Zoo

Registration 7:30 AM  Walk 9:00 AM

Register your team with Karen or find more information on-line at: www.diabetes.org/stepout

Karen Shattuck

American Diabetes Association

2600 72 ND Street Suite O

Urbandale, IA  50322

(515) 276-2237  Ext. 6865

Fax (515) 251-5831

Cell:  480-1947

 

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Saturday, May 17 @ 4 p.m.
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CPHS News
April 1, 2014
Global and National Public Health Week at Drake University will begin Wednesday, April 2, and continues Monday, April 7 and Wednesday, April 9. Five events will be held throughout the week—all of which are free and open to the public.
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