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  • Cocktail Immune Therapy Beats Going Solo

    New clinical results show positive effect of combination immune therapy for type 1 diabetes Type 1 diabetes (T1D) is caused when the immune system mistakenly attacks insulin-producing beta cells within the pancreas. While there have been numerous clinical studies using general immunotherapy to stop or slow the T1D attack, researchers have been generally disappointed with […]

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  • Volunteer Spotlight: Barbara Roos

    Barbara Roos has earned the unofficial title of “Gala Matriarch” at the JDRF Georgia Chapter, and for good reason. For years she has led the charge, collaborating with staff and community leaders to ensure that the most effective chairs, honorees and committee members are recruited for their Hope for a Cure Gala. Barbara and her […]

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  • Changing the Standard Management of Type 1 Diabetes

    Adding novel therapy to an insulin regimen may allow for better glucose control and reduced insulin dosages Before insulin was discovered in 1921, people with type 1 diabetes (T1D) didn’t live very long. Its discovery was a great breakthrough and saved lives, but since then the basic management of T1D has continued to remain focused […]

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  • Volunteer Spotlight: Andrew Krieman

    Andrew Krieman is a devoted supporter to everyone he meets. When his neighbor’s child was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D) in 2007, he jumped right in to help raise awareness and find a cure. It started by helping with the Gala and before he knew it, he was co-chairing the event. Since then, he has connected with and […]

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  • A Difficult Journey from the Lab to People with Type 1 Diabetes

    New study highlights the challenges of translating promising research to effective treatments Results from a clinical study in people with type 1 diabetes (T1D) who were treated with a combination of two drugs in an attempt to improve their beta cell survival and stimulate beta cell regeneration are so far inconclusive. The study, called REPAIR-T1D […]

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