Kevin is the father of a child diagnosed with type 1 diabetes two and a half years ago. He spoke to us about how important research is to him and his family, creating new opportunities for his child – and others – to live a healthy, happy life.
Type 1 diabetes is still a life-long condition today, Kevin pointed out, but researchers, activists, and industry partners have been able to make vast strides toward a better quality of life for people living with the disease.
Helping gather data to support research is a key element of the T1D Exchange Registry – a web-based research study that surveys and engages people with type 1 diabetes. People living with type 1 diabetes, or their legal guardians, can share experiences and contribute information to a growing data set.
The Registry aims to accelerate discovery and drug development, working alongside industry partners, academic partners, and internal research teams.
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