Step-Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes
Some 1,600 people hit the street of Denver on Saturday to help put an end to a disease that keeps spreading. They walked for the Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes.
The American Diabetes Association is raising money for and awareness of diabetes by hosting the Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes.
Harvard researchers have found a way to grow insulin-producing cells, and Colorado doctors see real hope for Type 1 diabetics.
Thousands of people hit the streets in downtown Denver for the annual diabetes walk on Saturday.
This weekend hundreds of people will “step out” to stop diabetes, including Colorado Rapids players who are stepping out on behalf of two of their own.
One young man knows just what it’s like to fight diabetes while making plays on the gridiron. At 6-foot-4, 285 pounds, Will Pericak is a force on the football field.
There’s a great event that’s helping so many people in the Denver area — “Step Out: Walk To Stop Diabetes” — and CBS4 is a proud sponsor.
Thousands of people laced up their sneakers and hit the street Saturday morning for the Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes.
Diabetes can strike at any age. Some are born with it, others can develop the disease later in life. But it’s a manageable disease if you can get your hands on the right information.
CBS4’s Jane Monreal went to visit the “Latinas on the Rocks” team to see how they are getting ready for “Step-Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes.”