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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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Trulicity high dose study

A new study is investigating whether higher doses of injectable GLP-1 agonist Trulicity (dulaglutide) are more effective; it is recruiting 1,800 participants with type 2 diabetes Continue Reading »

heart health diabetes

Two new studies will investigate whether SGLT-2 inhibitor Jardiance impacts heart failure in people with and without diabetes. Jardiance is already approved to lower A1C and reduce the risk of heart-related death Continue Reading »

All of Us Research Program

Learn more about the All of Us Research Program, a massive national effort to collect individual health data to support precision medicine research Continue Reading »

diabetes heart health study

Two new studies will investigate whether SGLT-2 inhibitor Farxiga impacts heart failure in people with type 2 diabetes and prediabetes Continue Reading »

Fitbit One Drop Study

A study testing whether One Drop’s coaching app, along with Fitbit activity trackers, can help people with diabetes and prediabetes meet their goals Continue Reading »

FreeStyle Libre post approval study

One study seeks 920 adults with type 1 or type 2 diabetes not currently using a CGM; another is recruiting 400 children and teens with diabetes Continue Reading »

diabetes diversity

Recruiting 1,200 people with type 2 diabetes from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds for a more thorough understanding of Soliqua’s impact on diabetes management Continue Reading »

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The new CITY trial will enroll 200 young adults with type 1 diabetes to study the impact of CGM use on diabetes, especially when A1c levels are high.The new CITY trial will enroll 200 young adults with type 1 diabetes to study the impact of CGM use on diabetes, especially when A1c levels are high. Continue Reading »

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