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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. 

Talking with family members about their risk of diabetes.
Dr. Jay Skyler weighs in on type 1 clinical trial design.
(S)he said what?!?
Kelly talks about stem cell research, the new SEVEN PLUS from DexCom, and the Tethys prediabetes risk test.
The Diabetes Technology Society Meeting 2008
The 2008 meeting of the American Heart Association (AHA), bringing you the latest on the link between heart disease and diabetes.
You want a resolution?
(S)he said what?!?
A personal cardiovascular risk test.
Traveling to Malawi with type 1 diabetes: four days back home, Jim Hirsch details an amazing (and dramatic) trip to Africa…
A racy ‘Insulin Story’ from the Big Apple.
Have artificial pancreas studies finally moved beyond hospitals? How can the largest type 1 patient registry in the US change how we manage diabetes?
Diabetes educator Gary Scheiner gives CGM and basal tips.
The 2009 ADA clinical practice guidelines and what they mean for you.
On Monday, March 5 at 8:15 am EST, JDRF will hold a live research webcast in conjunction with its annual Government Day. We’re extraordinarily excited that the National...
As we covered in the diaTribe #39 Learning Curve and the diaTribe #38 Letter from the Editor , the FDA recently released its much awaited draft guidance on the...
Blogger Scott Strumello talks about his experience with blood glucose awareness training (BGAT) to help you avoid hypoglycemia unawareness.
Students with Diabetes will be hosting an exciting conference for young adults (ages 18-30) with type 1 diabetes from June 1-3 in Tampa, Florida. The weekend will...
Ms. Rebecca Killion, FDA patient representative, talks about drugs and patient safety.
On February 23, Dexcom announced that it had acquired SweetSpot Diabetes Care , an IT company with an online platform for uploading and processing data from diabetes...

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