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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.

Study Finds Different Type 1 Diabetes-Related Health Outcomes in U.S. and Austro-German Patients

Researchers examined the cardiovascular risk factors of those enrolled in the T1D Exchange Clinic Registry and the German/Austrian DPV registry. The findings were unveiled at the American Diabetes Association 79th Annual Scientific Sessions in San Francisco.

A survey of T1D Exchange Clinic Registry participants found that some teens may be materially less likely than their younger peers to handle blood sugar emergencies. The findings were presented at the ADA 79th Scientific Sessions in San Francisco.

Read More About T1D Exchange Research at the ADA 79th Scientific Sessions

We provide links to articles about all 14 abstracts featuring T1D Exchange research and data from the T1D Exchange Clinic Registry.

Here are the 14 T1D Exchange Abstracts Presented at the American Diabetes Association 79th Scientific Sessions

Learn about researchers’ work to improve care and track health trends among people with type 1 diabetes.

T1D Exchange Clinic Registry Data Part of Many Studies Presented At ADA 79th Scientific Sessions

On the same month of the biggest conference of the year, T1D Exchange announces the launch of a new T1D Exchange Registry.

Meet the Registry Team

Meet the Registry

Get to know the team behind the T1D Exchange Registry

This pioneering effort provides a mobile-friendly platform for people throughout the U.S. to participate online and share information about their type 1 diabetes in order to help researchers develop more targeted and effective approaches to treating and living with the disease.