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This book is dedicated to the memory of R. Keith Campbell.

Keith was a close friend, a mentor, and an inspiration to me as well as to innumerable other healthcare providers, patients, students, and other people. This book was originally his brainchild. He co-edited each of the previous editions/permutations of this book.

Keith was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 8 years old. He lived with diabetes for more than 68 years, all the while remaining positive and helping myriad others with diabetes. He was always firmly at the forefront of knowledge in the diabetes arena. He published more than 600 manuscripts, 14 books, 55 book chapters, and made over 1,500 professional presentations. His multifaceted career at Washington State University as an academic spanned 45 years and included many roles and titles. He received numerous awards including the American College of Clinical Pharmacy’s Paul F. Parker Medal, the National Community Pharmacists Association’s Outstanding Pharmacy Administration Professor in the U.S., the American Diabetes Association’s Outstanding Health Care Educator in the Field of Diabetes, and the American Association of Diabetes Educator’s (AADE’s) Distinguished Service Award. He served on the board of directors of the American Diabetes Association, Washington State Pharmacy Association, and AADE. He was beloved by his friends, family, and students, and was known for his outgoing personality. He was a remarkable, one-of-a-kind individual who is greatly missed. He will always be remembered for his indefatigable ability to manage a difficult, complicated, chronic disease with grace, for his larger-than-life personality, and for his ever-present cat-that-caught-the-mouse smile.

—John R. White, Jr.

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