Make a Splash 2020
Grab your Speedos, don your goggles and go to great lengths for type 1 diabetes research in our new year swim challenge
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A group of scientists at the University of Oxford, led by JDRF-funded Professor John Todd, has found that people who are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at a very young age are likely to have more changes to key immune system genes than people diagnosed with type 1 later in life.Read more
JDRF-funded researchers from the University of Glasgow are eagerly anticipating the start of a pioneering new global trial, described as “the single most advanced drug-based study to date in type 1 diabetes.” The TTT1 trial – funded by JDRF, and co-led by State University of New York – aims to help people with type 1 […]Read more
After our media coverage calling on the Government for more detail on access to insulin in the event of a no-deal Brexit, JDRF and Diabetes UK provide this update.Read more
Mark Ronson and Florence Welch marked World Diabetes Day 2019 at the Sugarplum Dinner – which raises funds for JDRF.Read more
Scientists have found that having HbA1c levels slightly above the recommended 6.5% doesn't increase the risks of complications in type 1 diabetes. However, dropping below 6.5% can increase the risk of hypoglycaemia and retinopathy.Read more
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