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A joint partnership programme building awareness of and access to type 1 diabetes technology choices.
Findings from JDRF's market research that will enable us to explore the types of support and interventions we can develop to help people living with type 1 diabetes choose the best possible treatments.
Confronting the unequal access to type 1 diabetes healthcare, JDRF’s Covid and Beyond report reveals the impact of the Covid pandemic upon lives already affected by type 1 diabetes.
Are You #AutoimmuneAware? from Connect Immune Research reveals the increase in autoimmune conditions and highlights the need for greater recognition and investment for autoimmunity as a distinct research area.
This report sets out a new way of approaching type 1 diabetes within the UK’s Research and Development landscape, and centres the voice of people living with the condition. It identifies some of the challenges facing the progress towards pioneering new treatments and cures and highlights opportunities for accelerating access to new treatments and technologies.
Published by the IPPR.