1. It Takes an Army…and a Village

    Dear Friends, 14,000 people just spent 5 days learning to be better researchers, clinicians, scientists, and innovators in diabetes This is my fifteenth consecutive year attending the American Diabetes Association’s Scientific Sessions (the largest diabetes event in the world) where more than 14,000 global leaders meet to learn, share, and experience cutting-edge research and technology, […]

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  2. Polyphotonix Offers An Innovative Vision for Treating Retinopathy

    Last fall, T1D Exchange held its 1st Annual Diabetes Innovation Challenge, an open competition seeking novel treatments for diabetes. The competition introduced our partners and collaborators from industry, academic research, other diabetes nonprofits, clinical partners and patient/caregiver community to over 60 groundbreaking diabetes therapies or technologies currently in development. One of these applicants, UK-based Polyphotonix, […]

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  3. DiabeteSpeaks: Combining Perspectives across Time

    In this episode of the DiabeteSpeaks podcast, we meet Jewels, a nurse who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 13. Today, she’s a mom to a daughter with type 1 and in this interview, she shares her perspective of life with T1D and what she’s learned over the years—from balancing diets […]

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  4. Meet the Newest Member of the T1D Exchange Team, Nicole Rioles

    Hello Glu members! I am new to the Glu community and T1D Exchange. I started working at Director of Quality Care and Clinical Innovation last month, in April 2017. If the term “quality improvement” is mysterious to you, it’s just as it sounds, working to improve healthcare so that patients and families have better experiences […]

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  5. You Told Glu: The Connection between Stress and Diabetes Burnout

    Everyone experiences stress from time to time. This is normal and healthy—many scientists consider stress to be physiologically adaptive, when it occurs in moderation. However, coping with a chronic disease, such as type 1 diabetes, requires constant management. Diabetes-related stress can become overwhelming and harmful. Stress can also make it more difficult to manage fluctuations […]

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  6. The ONE thing We Wish We Didn’t Have To Ask

    When the type 1 community comes together, we’re louder, stronger and more powerful.  T1D Exchange is a unique nonprofit that combines our collective voices to demand better treatments and better care. This week, we are highlighting the various ways in which our community has made a difference…Together One. “What is the One Thing We wish […]

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  7. Together We’re Fighting On Behalf of the T1D Community

    When the type 1 community comes together, we’re louder, stronger and more powerful.  T1D Exchange is a unique nonprofit that combines our collective voices to demand better treatments and better care. This week, we are highlighting the various ways in which our community has made a difference…Together One. “I’ve felt so lonely for all these […]

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  8. Together We’re Fighting for the Next Generation of Innovators

    When the type 1 community comes together, we’re louder, stronger, and more powerful. T1D Exchange is a unique nonprofit that combines our collective voices to demand better treatments and better care. This week, we are highlighting the various ways in which our community has made a difference…Together One. We live in an amazing time of […]

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