Sanofi, the French pharmaceutical giant which manufactures the long-acting insulin Lantus, announced Monday that it would no longer be investing in research for new drugs to treat diabetes. The manufacturer also told investors it would no longer be investigating new treatments for cardiovascular health. “To be out of cardiovascular and diabetes is not easy for …
T1D Exchange is conducting interviews with caregivers of people with type 1 diabetes who are 55 and over in the United States. The interview will be a semi-structured one-to-one phone interview with a diabetes professional to discuss your perspective and experience providing care for adult patients with type 1 diabetes.
To help get the word out about the Registry and the opportunities it offers to participate in research, members of the Registry team here at T1D Exchange traveled to a range of type 1 diabetes events, walks, and other gatherings.
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.
A new documentary highlighting the struggles and successes of Cory Conacher, a professional hockey player from Burlington, Ontario, debuted last week on World Diabetes Day. The film, directed by Canadian Calvin Hudson Hwang and titled Miracle, Baby, is streaming live in its entirety on YouTube, and will remain so for the rest of Diabetes Awareness month.
Amy is the mother of a 22-year-old daughter who has lived with type 1 diabetes since age 10. She told us how early on, she was eager to enroll her daughter in research studies in the hope that it might lead to a cure for her child.
Pharmaceutical giant Abbott Laboratories announced Wednesday that its longtime CEO, Miles White, would be stepping down effective in March 2020, closing out a 21-year tenure at the helm of the 131-year-old company.
In the spirit of resilience and bravery that they exhibit, here's a video of some of the kids we met telling us the one thing that they want people who don't have type 1 diabetes to know about the lifelong chronic condition.