By Lyndall Hauver (As Told to JDRF) Today we are mourning the loss of our son, Will Hauver, who died earlier this month. Will was an amazing person. In 22 short years he touched so many and made the most incredible friendships and relationships with pretty much everyone he met. He was funny, so positive and […]
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By Steven Griffen, M.D., VP Translational Development The flu can increase the risk of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), a serious acute complication of type 1 diabetes (T1D) that results from too little insulin DKA is normally seen in states of prolonged fasting or starvation. The body shifts metabolism from primarily using glucose to using an […]
The JDRF Advocacy office is lucky to have three wonderful interns with us this spring. You’ve already heard from Leighah, so next up is Henna! My name is Henna Ramchandani and I am from St. Thomas, a 32 square mile gem of an island that is part of the U.S. Virgin Islands. Looking back four […]
Medtronic’s New MiniMed®640G Artificial Pancreas System Predicts and Helps Prevent Deadly Low Glucose Emergencies A four year-old Australian boy with type 1 diabetes (T1D) is the first person to use a groundbreaking commercial artificial pancreas system that can predict and automatically prevent low blood-glucose emergencies. Medtronic’s is an insulin pump/continuous glucose monitor combination that uses […]