The Talk

Since I was a child, I have always known that something else was going on autoimmune-wise, concurrent with T1D. Randomly breaking out in hives, allergies, sensitivity to anything and everything depending on the day of the week, and so on, all muddled my experience. Type 1 diabetes, alone, is hard enough, yet we know there […]

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Savvy Data, 3/31/21: Participate in Diabetes Research with T1D Exchange and Open Project!

As Dave Walton, CEO of T1D Exchange says, “You can’t manage what you don’t measure.” That’s exactly what T1D Exchange is doing … and you can participate, if you live in the US, through their T1D Exchange Registry The T1D Exchange Registry is striving to become the most comprehensive research study of people with type […]

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Those with type 1 diabetes in U.S. now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has finally recognized the elevated risk of COVID-19 to people with type 1 diabetes (T1D). This recognition now officially moves people with T1D into the 1c priority group, nationally. The JDRF deserves credit in being part of this victory. Organizational leaders, representing JDRF research and advocacy, […]

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