Together on Diabetes®:
Patricia M. Doykos
Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation
These sobering numbers clearly indicate that diabetes is now not only a national epidemic, but one that, despite prevention efforts, is accelerating from year to year. Sadly, this situation reminds me of how HIV/AIDS statistics in the developing world climbed sharply in the 1990s and fueled the sense of urgency that led to an unprecedented stepped up and coordinated global response that spanned private and public sectors. As with HIV/AIDS, I believe we can turn the tide of diabetes, but we must not lose any more time -- or propagate a fragmented response -- or continue doing only what we have been doing the way we have been doing it so far.
Intel's Reflection on Winning CECP's Excellence Award
Shelly M. Esque
Winner, Chairman's Award
Guest Contributor, CECP Blog
October 14, 2010 --– All of us at Intel were humbled to receive the Chairman’s Award from CECP in June of this year. We were proud and pleased to know that our colleagues in CECP recognized our efforts, but of course were also delighted to be able to make our employees proud, and then to be able to build on the award and the credibility of CECP in our conversations with potential collaborators here and around the world.