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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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stem cells used for type 1 diabetes

In a collaboration between ViaCyte and CRISPR Therapeutics, a new clinical trial is investigating a stem cell therapy that may eventually help millions with type 1 diabetes. Continue Reading »

Are you currently taking metformin but not meeting your A1C goals? Join a study looking to compare Rybelsus (oral semaglutide) with other oral diabetes drugs to see how it can improve your glucose levels. Continue Reading »

clinical trial for diabetes treatment

Clinical trials are the middle step between scientific discoveries in the lab and making these discoveries available to the public. Learn how clinical trials work, the experience of participating, and how you can get involved. Continue Reading »

Five percent of people with type 2 diabetes could achieve remission, research says. In recent years, virtual clinics, coaching, and mobile apps have made achieving remission easier and more accessible. Continue Reading »

As scientific researchers continue to make strides toward a cure for type 1 diabetes, diaTribe sat down with Sean Kramer, the CEO of the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation and a person with type 1 himself, to discuss the latest in the search for a cure. Continue Reading »

The American Diabetes Association released its 2022 Standards of Care, which provides an annual update on practice guidelines. Here's what these new updates mean, including your options for first-line glucose-lowering therapies, when you should be screened for diabetes, the expanded use of diabetes care technology, and more. Continue Reading »

For relatives of people with type 1 diabetes (T1D), about 5% have certain antibodies associated with causing T1D. By joining this clinical trial, you or your relatives could contribute to the future of prevention and early treatment of T1D. Continue Reading »

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