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A researcher sits in a lab beside screening samples and lab equipment for early detection of type 1 diabetes.
Research
24 June 2024

New guidance sets out how to support people with early-stage type 1 diabetes

New international guidance detailing how to monitor and support people with early-stage type 1 diabetes (T1D) has the potential to reduce the trauma associated with being diagnosed with T1D, enable people to access the latest treatments to delay the need for insulin therapy, and reduce long-term health complications.

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James Norton sitting in an armchair holding a teddy that has a CGM on it's arm. There is a plush woolly mammoth next to him.
Living with type 1
10 June 2024

James Norton to read CBeebies bedtime story about type 1 diabetes

JDRF ambassador James Norton will read a CBeebies Bedtime Story this Diabetes Awareness Week to help young children understand type 1 and how it can be managed

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A row of vials of clear liquid with black lids. A blue gloved hand is pinching the top of the closest vial as if to pick it up.
Research
13 May 2024

Novel insulin being developed to enable implantable insulin pumps

Medtronic Diabetes have announced they are funding the biopharmaceutical company Arecor Therapeutics to develop a novel, highly concentrated, thermostable insulin, which will be specialised for use in implantable insulin pumps.

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Professor Colin Dayan at Cardiff University, working on immunotherapy for type 1 diabetes cure research
Research
18 April 2024

Professor Colin Dayan presented with the 2023 JDRF Rumbough Award 

The award recognises Professor Dayan’s remarkable accomplishments in type 1 diabetes research.

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Research
18 April 2024

Genetically unique siblings reveal new treatment target for type 1 diabetes

Two siblings who have unique changes in a key gene have given researchers new insights that could help lead to innovative new treatments in type 1 diabetes.

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A female doctor works at a laptop on a table. She is wearing a shirt and glasses with a stethoscope around her neck.
Prevention research
17 April 2024

New international medical code launches for presymptomatic type 1 diabetes

JDRF-funded researchers from the University of Birmingham have joined forces with NHS England to develop a diagnostic code for use on electronic medical records of people in the earliest stages of type 1 diabetes, allowing them to receive better, more timely healthcare and access to emerging treatments.

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Emotional wellbeing
25 March 2024

Coping with Diabetes: a new emotional support tool for young people with type 1

JDRF and Digibete have teamed up to create Coping with Diabetes, a new interactive support tool to help children and young people with type 1 look after their mental health and wellbeing.

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Professor Richard Oram in the Research, Innovation, Learning and Development (RILD) building at the University of Exeter.
7 March 2024

New biochip launches that detects genetic risk of type 1 diabetes

A new test by Randox, developed with JDRF-funded researchers at the University of Exeter, is the first in the world to use genetics to quickly identify who is at high risk of developing type 1 diabetes.