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New Study Finds Autism Not More Common Among Those with Type 1 Diabetes

In the study, the researchers also found that youth with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and type 1 diabetes had a slightly lower HbA1c than those with type 1 diabetes who did not have an ASD diagnosis.

What is the Difference Between Interventional Studies and Observational Studies?

T1D Exchange Registry Research Study Coordinator Enoma Okunbor provides an overview of the two, as well as more details about how to participate in the T1D Exchange Registry.

Early T1D Exchange Registry Participants Demonstrate Notable Trends

A look at data provided by early T1D Exchange Registry participants.

Robotic Surgery Improves Pancreas Transplant Surgery Outcomes for People with Type 1 Diabetes

A small study finds the surgery reduced the risk of infection for obese people with type 1 diabetes who underwent the difficult procedure.

Disney World Gets Even More Magical

The T1D Exchange Registry will be recruiting at Friends for Life, an annual fun-filled gathering for families affected by type 1 diabetes.

Study Finds Omnipod Horizon Closed-Loop System Is Effective and Safe for Small Children

The hybrid system, which automates basal insulin delivery, was tested in a non-clinical setting in this hotel-based study of children between two years of age and just under six years of age.

Rotavirus Vaccine May Reduce Risk of Type 1 Diabetes Development

A study of 1.5 million children finds those who received the vaccine had a 33 percent reduced risk of developing type 1 diabetes during the time examined.

Older Adults with Type 1 Diabetes Benefited from CGM Use: Study

The results of the WISDM study, recently presented at the ADA’s 79th Scientific Sessions, examined the effectiveness of wearing CGMs versus blood glucose monitors on hypoglycemia.

How Patient Advocates Are Vital to the T1D Exchange Registry

The Registry is designed to be patient-centered in its approach as part of its mission to be a truly inclusive, representative, and transparent research effort that has the potential to advance care for people with type 1 diabetes.

T1D Exchange Registry - A User-Friendly Way to Participate in Type 1 Diabetes Research

Innovative new features help make participating in type 1 diabetes research easier and more accessible.