Anti-CD3 Treatments Move to Phase III Trials

Anti-CD3 treatments have moved into Phase III clinical trials and show promise to delay the progression of diabetes in the newly diagnosed. These achievements demonstrate the success of JDRF’s strategy to fill gaps in the drug development pipeline, by initially funding proof-of-concept clinical trials and then helping small companies move discovery research through early clinical testing until bigger companies step in and fund the large trials needed for FDA approval.

Treatments for Newly Diagnosed Move to Phase III Trials

Anti-CD3 treatments have moved into Phase III clinical trials and show promise to delay the progression of diabetes in the newly diagnosed. These achievements demonstrate the success of JDRF’s strategy to fill gaps in the drug development pipeline, by initially funding proof-of-concept clinical trials and then helping small companies move discovery research through early clinical testing until bigger companies step in and fund the large trials needed for FDA approval.

Ask a Medical Professional: It Takes a Team…and a Family

By Catherine Marschilok, MSN, CDE, Board Certified in Advanced Diabetes Management The anniversary of the day the uninvited guest–type 1 diabetes–came into my life to stay is one I would rather not have to acknowledge. It was exactly 20 years ago that our oldest son, David, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 8. […]

Managing Emotions after Diagnosis

Coming to grips with the emotional challenges of a new diabetes diagnosis can be an overwhelming experience for families. At a time when patients and parents are at their most vulnerable, they must quickly overcome the initial shock of the diagnosis, learn complex information, make considerable lifestyle changes, and help develop new attitudes and behaviors. […]

Ask a Parent: Newly Diagnosed, Where to Start?

Q: My daughter was diagnosed just last week. My husband and I are devastated. We are going through a range of emotions in the midst of learning how we are going to deal with this disease. Where do we start? A: You are not alone. It is very common for parents to have difficulty in […]