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The latest research in type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, prediabetes, and beyond. Here you’ll find information on experimental therapies, new data and results, and scientific findings.

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Mounjaro (tirzepatide), a first-of-its kind medication for treating type 2 diabetes, has been approved by the FDA after much anticipation. This new medication has been shown to dramatically lower A1C and weight in clinical trials. Continue Reading »

Learn what some of the latest research says about the heart health benefits of diabetes drugs like SGLT-2 inhibitors, GLP-1 receptor agonists, and non-steroidal MRAs. Continue Reading »

At ATTD 2022, researchers discussed the latest research on pregnancy, menstrual cycles, and overall health outcomes in women with diabetes. Diabetes technology can be a valuable tool to improve women’s health and empower people with real-time health data. Continue Reading »

Automated insulin delivery systems are becoming more advanced and over time have become more widely adopted within the diabetes community. At ATTD 2022, experts presented updates on this emerging technology including results on the iLet Bionic Pancreas and MiniMed 780G. Continue Reading »

In April 2022, 32 of the world’s premier diabetes experts gathered in Barcelona, along with representatives from industry, advocacy, and regulatory bodies, to discuss the use of continuous glucose monitors in clinical trials. The lively discussion is expected to have a great impact on propelling the use of Time in Range globally. Continue Reading »

Clinical trial results published by Lilly show that Tirzepatide could potentially be one of the most effective drugs ever developed for weight loss. Experts discuss these results and more at the ATTD 2022 conference in Barcelona, Spain. Continue Reading »

​For the first time, Time in Range was used as the main outcome measured in a clinical trial for a diabetes medication. Read about the study results and implications. Continue Reading »

Find out more from experts about the latest advancements in continuous glucose monitoring, ketone monitors, and non-invasive technologies. Continue Reading »

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