Why Should I buy from Shopdiabetes.org?
There are many places to buy diabetes books and products these days. But when you purchase directly from the American Diabetes Association, you are helping to fund important diabetes research, education, advocacy and awareness efforts around the country. Imagine a life free of diabetes and all its burdens. Your purchase can help make a difference.
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How can I return items?
Our Guarantee: It is the policy of the American Diabetes Association to accept returns for a refund of the purchase price within thirty (30) days of receipt of your order. The materials must be in resalable condition. Returns should be accompanied by the receipt and/or order number.
Video, computer and audio materials are non-refundable once the seal is broken on the item. eBooks, PDFs, and other digital products are not eligible for returns.
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What do I need to know when shopping if I am a Professional Member of the American Diabetes Association?
Professional membership provides physicians, nurses, research scientists, diabetes educators and other health professionals with the most current information about breakthroughs in diabetes research and treatment options.
Professional Members receive:
Print and online access to the journal most relevant to their practice
Substantial discounts on American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions registration
Discounts on additional medical journals and books from ShopDiabetes.org. Include your membership information on your account page to receive these discounts automatically.
A listing in the online Membership Directory: Who’s Who is Diabetes Treatment, Education & Research
Annual update of the American Diabetes Association's Clinical Practice Recommendations and more
Learn more about membership here.
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How can I find out more about diabetes?
Visit the award-winning website www.diabetes.org to learn more about diabetes basics, living with diabetes, food and fitness, advocacy, news and research, donating and what’s happening in your community.
For diabetes-related questions or to request a diabetes information packet, email us at AskADA@diabetes.org. In order to better serve you, please provide your name and address along with your request.
You can also call our Center for Information and Community Support at 1-800-DIABETES (1-800-342-2383). Our hours of operation are Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM Eastern Standard Time.
NOTE: Our Diabetes Information Representatives cannot perform diagnosis or recommend medical treatment. They are able to provide general information about diabetes and its management.
How can I become a member of the American Diabetes Association?
How can I make a donation to the American Diabetes Association?
There are several different ways you can donate to the American Diabetes Association, including general gifts, honor and memorial tributes, vehicle donations, estate planning and more. Donations can be made online, by phone at 1-800-DIABETES or by mail.
Where can I find more information about becoming a Diabetes Advocate?
Advocacy plays an integral role in our mission. We fight for the rights of all people affected by diabetes in Washington, DC, in state capitols and in our courts. Become a Diabetes Advocate today.
Is there an American Diabetes Association in my area?