Companies around the world are working on better ways to manage diabetes. Universities and other research institutions are working on finding a cure for diabetes and its complications. We provide an outlet for press releases from these organizations, so that you can better understand what they're working on.Recent Press Releases
- American Diabetes Association® Launches Online Hub for Insulin Affordability Advocates.
- Data Presented at ATTD 2017 Demonstrate Clinical Advantages of Tandem Diabetes Care Sensor-augmented Pump (SAP) over Medtronic MiniMed SAPs.
- T1D Exchange Investment -- Bigfoot Biomedical.
- American Diabetes Association Announces $9.75 million to Six Leading Researchers for the 2017 Pathway to Stop Diabetes Research Grants.
- Four pivotal NIH-funded artificial pancreas research efforts begin.
- Industry Leaders Ascensia Diabetes Care And Glooko Announce Diabetes Technology Partnership To Deliver Integrated Diabetes Data Solutions.
- JDRF Expresses Profound Loss at the Passing of Actress Mary Tyler Moore, Longtime Champion of the Community Living with Type 1 Diabetes.
- JDRF Launches Early-Stage Investment Fund to Catalyze Development of Commercial Type 1 Diabetes Therapies.
- City of Hope sets new goal for type 1 diabetes cure. See also The Wanek Family Project to Cure Type 1 Diabetes.
- Lexicon Reports Positive Top-line Results In Second Pivotal Phase 3 Study For Sotagliflozin In Patients With Type 1 Diabetes.
- FDA Approval of DexcomÃs Non-Adjunctive Indication Triggers a New Era in Diabetes Management. The Dexcom G5 Mobile CGM System is the first and only medical device that is FDA-approved for making daily diabetes decisions without painful finger pricks. See also FDA expands indication for continuous glucose monitoring system, first to replace fingerstick testing for diabetes treatment decisions.
- Bionic pancreas system successfully controls blood sugar without risk of hypoglycemia.
- Novo Nordisk Receives FDA Approval of TresibaÃ† (insulin degludec injection 100 U/mL, 200 U/mL) for Use in Children and Adolescents With Diabetes. See also Tresiba gets FDA approval to treat children with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
- OneTouch VibeÃ´ Plus Insulin Pump Earns FDA Approval and Health Canada License and is First Pump Integrated with the Dexcom G5Ã† Mobile Continuous Glucose Monitor.
- Lilly Announces Program to Provide Insulin at Discounted Prices.
- ONE DROP Announces FDA Clearance and ONE DROP | Premium Launch in US, UK, and EU.
- Genteel: â€šÃ„ÃºFor Those with Diabetes, Painful Blood Sugar Checks Are Now a Thing of the Pastâ€šÃ„Ã¹.
- Ascensia Diabetes Care Receives FDA Clearance for the App-Enabled CONTOURÂ¬Ã†NEXT ONE Blood Glucose Monitoring System.
- Dexcom One Step Ahead Foundation: A Dexcom Employees Foundation Awards First Grants to Diabetes Advocacy Organizations.
- Livongo Glucose Meter Delivers First Over-the-Air Capabilities to Industry.
- With Health Canada approval, Dexcom G5Â¬Ã† Mobile CGM System is the First and Only Medical Device in North America for Making Daily Diabetes Decisions Without Painful Fingersticks.
- NIH-funded International Diabetes Closed Loop (IDCL) Trial to Combine Technologies from Tandem Diabetes Care, Dexcom and TypeZero.
- BD Collaborates with JDRF to Focus on Extended Wear Innovations for Insulin Infusion Delivery.
- Diabetes Research Institute's Alberto Pugliese, M.D. was Awarded the J. Enloe and Eugenia J. Dodson Chair in Diabetes Research.
- Bigfoot Biomedical Raises $35.5 Million in Series A Financing.
- Diabetes innovator announces technical breakthrough to launch intelligent insulin delivery for everyone.
- Michael Sefton receives $1.1M from JDRF for type 1 diabetes research.
- T1D Exchange Initiates Multimillion Dollar Investment in Automated Insulin Delivery Technologies.
- Abbott Receives FDA Approval for the FreeStyle Libre Proâ€šÃ‘Â¢ System, a Revolutionary Diabetes Sensing Technology for Healthcare Professionals to Use with Their Patients.
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Last Updated: Wednesday February 15, 2017 19:46:30
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