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.
Press Releases from 2017
22 February 2017
- Insulet Presents Strong Omnipod® Horizon™ Hybrid Closed-Loop Study Results at ATTD in Paris.
15 February 2017
- 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.
8 February 2017
- 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.
1 February 2017
- 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.
18 January 2017
- 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.
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Last Updated: Wednesday February 22, 2017 21:07:54
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