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Pediatric Endocrine Society

Formerly Named in Honor of Lawson Wilkins


PES response to California Senate Resolution regarding infant genital surgery (SCR-110)

A non-binding resolution to ban all genital surgery on infants has been working its way through the California legislature. PES, along with the Endocrine Society, has responded with a letter opposing the resolution on the grounds that each individual child’s circumstances are too different and the issues too nuanced to be amenable to blanket legislative involvement. PES is also working with CARES and the Society for Pediatric Urology to help legislators craft resolution language that addresses our shared desire to prevent unneeded surgery, but that more fully recognizes the often complex realities faced by these infants and their families.

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Leading Diabetes Organizations Issue Consensus Statement Defining Health Outcomes beyond HbA1c

The Type 1 Diabetes Outcomes Program, organized by JDRF, has identified and defined clinically meaningful T1D outcomes other than the standard measure of HbA1c-

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Joint Statement on Pen Delivery Devices for Insulin;

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American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists

American Diabetes Association

The Pediatric Endocrine Society, Endocrine Society, American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, and the American Diabetes Association are aware that some insurers have adopted policies of denying provision of insulin via pen delivery devices unless individuals have a documented disability.

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