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Learn about clinical trials for new diabetes treatments, technology, and care programs that may be recruiting people with diabetes in your area.

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Additional reading: Why Should You Consider Participating in Diabetes Research?

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The recent release of clinical trial results shows that Omnipod 5, an automated insulin delivery (AID) system, can significantly increase Time in Range and reduce stress around managing diabetes. Continue Reading »

diaTribe is excited to bring you additional expanded coverage from the EASD 2021 virtual conference this past week! Find out more from leading clinicians and researchers around the world on insights into the latest data on automated insulin delivery, diet and nutrition, SGLT-2s, GLP-1s, and chronic kidney disease. Continue Reading »

Learn more about this 10 day, at-home study looking into the effects of exercise on the glucose levels of children with type 1 diabetes. Continue Reading »

A new procedure called DMR (duodenal mucosal resurfacing) is being studied in clinical trials to see if it can help people with type 2 diabetes improve their A1C without the need for insulin. Continue Reading »

Researchers are investigating if increasing positive affect – the feelings of being happy, cheerful, or proud of your accomplishments – can help teens with type 1 diabetes develop more adaptive coping strategies for their diabetes distress. Continue Reading »

​This international clinical trial is enrolling an estimated 1,224 participants who have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, age 18 or older. This study is investigating if higher doses of oral semaglutide (currently sold as Rybelsus) will lead to lower A1C levels.  Continue Reading »

In this clinical trial, researchers are studying the effectiveness of dapagliflozin and saxagliptin in children and adolescents with type 2 diabetes. While these drugs are different, one is an SGLT-2 inhibitor and one is a DPP-4 inhibitor, and both have shown to lower blood glucose in adults with type 2 diabetes. Learn more about how to get involved. Continue Reading »

Do you have type 2 diabetes and heart disease? In this clinical trial called SURPASS-CVOT, researchers are studying the use of tirzepatide, a new glucose lowering therapy in clinical trials for people with type 2 diabetes, in preventing heart disease complications. Learn more about how to get involved below. Continue Reading »

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