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Type 1 Diabetes News

Type 1 Diabetes is a chronic condition in which your body loses the ability to produce insulin, which is necessary for most cells to convert food into energy and regulate blood sugar levels. 

Kelly reflects on the inspirational work of diabetes educators and how ancient practices are blending with modern science.
With educator extraordinaire Davida Kruger
Cutting through the information clutter in this issue.
Stem cells, George Bush, and a parent's dream.
Trying out DexCom's continuous glucose monitor.
Drumroll, please.
July 15, 2015 In another disappointing turn, Diamyd Medical announced in late June that it was suspending a phase 3 trial for its GAD65 vaccine Diamyd. The US-based...
In previous issues, we’ve documented the arduous journey of Orexigen’s anti-obesity drug Contrave through the regulatory process. In December, an FDA Advisory Committee...
For people with diabetes, driving a car can be dangerous. According to a study of crash data from the United Kingdom, commercial truck drivers with diabetes had a three-...
In June, Insulet announced the acquisition of Neighborhood Diabetes, a medical equipment distributor that specializes in consumer sales of diabetes supplies. The company...
We had the great privilege of attending the American Diabetes Association’s 71st Scientific Sessions in sunny San Diego, CA from June 24-28. All the best researchers...
At the American Diabetes Association’s 71st annual Scientific Sessions held in late June in San Diego, we became excited about a number of therapies in development...

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