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Ann Bartlett is an expert in balancing traditional, non-traditional, and lifestyle health choices to manage her own health. She has been a practicing massage therapist for 23 years for clients ranging from terminally ill to professional and world-class athletes and is owner of the Body in Balance Center, an integrated wellness practice in Alexandria, VA.
Ms. Bartlett has lived with juvenile diabetes since she was 5 years old. Her father was a founding board member of JDRF. A pilot for TWA, he used his international travels to find Type 1 researchers from around the globe and engage them in collaborative sharing. He successfully fostered relationships in London, TeleViv and Milan and helped create the first international Type 1 diabetes symposium in the mid 70s.
As a result of her parents’ efforts, Ann developed a sense of responsibility for her diabetes care and a love for understanding the body in health and illness. Ann sees the challenges of living with diabetes as a gigantic puzzle for which lifestyle, management and research give clues for fitting the pieces together and keeping her engaged in her long-term health and happiness.
Ann is a former board member of JDRF Capitol Chapter having served 6 years as research information volunteer and outreach chair. Ann was a patient expert for healthcentral.com for 4 years and served as the community leader for type 1 diabetes on healthcentral.com. Ann has been speaking at healthcare industry conferences and patient conferences. Ann also serves as a consultant for Sanofi US diabetes.
Dr. Roger Smith is a nephrologist working in the pblic and private sector health care system of Jamaica. He is the Medical Director of Hope Dialysis, and an appointed member of Winchester Dialysis. Dr Smith also practices as an Internal Medicine consultant and nephrologist consultant at Spanish Town Hospital in Spanish Town, Jamaica.
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