In the United States as in many other countries, T1D has long been a barrier to a handful of careers, including flying. The pilots of the Diabetes Formation Flight, all of whom have diabetes, are breaking aviation records to show that diabetes need not be a safety concern in the cockpit.
For people with type 1 diabetes (T1D), it’s important to be a 24/7 disease manager, which can be a complicated task. At JDRF, we investigate how to make T1D management easier, which involves listening to what’s happening across the global T1D community. So when we heard from people with T1D “across the pond” in the […]
Insulin pumps and test strips were just as common as shin pads and cleats on the pitch at the Medtronic Junior Cup. The sixth annual event, held August 24 to 26 at Switzerland’s La Pontaise Olympic Stadium in Lausanne, brought together 132 children with type 1 diabetes (T1D) who represented 12 countries in an international […]
On June 11, the UK affiliate of JDRF made a historic announcement: Her Royal Highness (HRH) Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall, has been named the affiliate’s new president. The news falls on the heels of HRH’s visit earlier this year to the Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Facility in Cambridge, where she met with leading type […]