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Our researchers are working on different ways to develop a cure for type 1 diabetes - from growing insulin-producing beta cells in labs to hacking the immune system.
Learn about the technologies that can deliver insulin automatically when needed. And discover the next generation of insulins that are currently being developed.
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The announcement is the biggest treatment breakthrough for type 1 diabetes since the discovery of insulin.
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Researchers need your help. By taking part in research, you will help researchers make progress to improve lives and find a cure for type 1 diabetes.
Clinical trials are an important part of research. They are how researchers make sure treatments are safe and effective. Find out more about what clinical trials are and how you can join one.
There are many ways you can get involved in research aside from clinical trials, from helping to design studies to testing non-drug-related treatments. Browse the JDRF-approved research studies currently seeking volunteers.
“People like Daisy who are taking part in trials now will make living with type 1 easier for themselves and others in the future. It’s about everyone doing a little bit and being part of something so important.”
We invest in research across the world and here in the UK. Find out how we’re pushing boundaries towards the next type 1 breakthrough.