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The American Diabetes Association and Genentech Partner to Increase Equitable Access to Eye Health Care
The American Diabetes Association® and Genentech, a member of the Roche Group, announced a new partnership as part of the ADA's Health Equity Now work to tackle access to screening and treatment for eye diseases that affect the diabetes community.
Extraordinary Leaders in Diabetes Research, Prevention, and Treatment to be Recognized at the ADA's 83rd Scientific Sessions
The American Diabetes Association® is thrilled to announce the recipients of the 2023 National Scientific and Health Care Achievement Awards.
The American Diabetes Association Announces 2023 Pathway to Stop Diabetes Grant Recipients
The American Diabetes Association® announced the two winners of the Pathway to Stop Diabetes® grants, a five-year grant to support breakthroughs in translational science, clinical science, technology, care, and potential cures in the field of diabetes.
The American Diabetes Association Welcomes 2023 Principal Officers and New Members to the National Board of Directors
The American Diabetes Association® welcomes the 2023 Principal Officers and Board of Directors.
Seven Leading Health Organizations Announce New Collaboration to Enhance and Support Diabetes Care in Primary Care
Seven leading health associations announced a new collaboration to support diabetes care in the primary care and family practice setting.
The American Diabetes Association Named Winner in 2022 Sharecare Awards in Chronic Diseases Category
The American Diabetes Association® announced its recognition as a winner in the 2022 Sharecare Awards in the category of chronic diseases for The Big Step Up: Detection that encourages people to take the big step up for their health.
New Research Funding Opportunities in Youth Onset T2D, Mental & Behavioral Health, and Women's Health in Diabetes
The American Diabetes Association® has launched new requests for applications for the Fall 2022 Grant Cycle to research and expand the field of knowledge to improve the lives of those living with diabetes.
The American Diabetes Association Launches Collaborative Oral Health Campaign with Pacific Dental Services
The American Diabetes Association® announced a collaborative Oral Health campaign with Pacific Dental Services®, one of the country's leading dental support organizations.
American Diabetes Association Unveils Amputation Prevention Alliance to Address the Diabetes-Related Amputation Pandemic
The American Diabetes Association® announced a new initiative designed to address the urgent public health challenge of preventable amputation called the Amputation Prevention Alliance.
Studies Uncover Stark Impact Social Determinants of Health Have on Youth and Adult Populations with Diabetes
Two studies provide evidence that social determinants of health account for disparities in health outcomes related to diabetes.
SURMOUNT-1 Study Finds Individuals with Obesity Lost up to 22.5% of their Body Weight when Taking Tirzepatide
Findings from SURMOUNT-1, the first investigational phase 3 trial evaluating the safety and efficacy of tirzepatide for the treatment of obesity, were announced, representing a new class of medicines being studied for the treatment of obesity.
Risk of Severe Diabetes Ketoacidosis Spiked Among Pediatric Type 1 Diabetes Patients During the Pandemic
New data presented at the 82nd Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association® revealed the incidence of severe diabetic ketoacidosis among children with type 1 diabetes was significantly higher during the pandemic compared to pre-pandemic.
Once Weekly Drug Helps Control Pediatric Type 2 Diabetes
Findings from an international study show a once-weekly injection of dulaglutide was superior in improving glycemic control in youth with type 2 diabetes compared to placebo.
Individuals with Diabetes are Up to Four Times More Likely to Develop Long COVID-19
A new study reveals that diabetes is a potential risk factor for post-acute sequelae of COVID-19, also known as long COVID-19, a range of post-COVID-19 symptoms such as brain fog, skin conditions, depression, and shortness of breath.
Artificial Intelligence Offers Significant Rate of Remission for Type 2 Diabetes Compared to Standard Care
A new study powered by artificial intelligence, Whole Body Digital Twin, reveals the highest reported rate of remission of type 2 diabetes to date.
American Diabetes Association to Highlight Groundbreaking Diabetes Developments During Pathways Symposum
Findings from two studies funded by the ADA Pathway to Stop Diabetes research program highlight innovative science and the latest diabetes developments on genomic profiling and glucose control.
Important Updates to the Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes--2022 Incorporate New Evidence
The American Diabetes Association® published important updates to the Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes—2022, in annotations as the Living Standards of Care.
ADA Names Charles D. Henderson as New Chief Executive Officer
The American Diabetes Association®, the nation's leading voluntary health organization fighting to bend the curve on the diabetes epidemic, is proud to announce Charles D. "Chuck" Henderson as the new Chief Executive Officer.
American Diabetes Association Secures $3.25M to Support the Next Generation of Trailblazers in Diabetes Research
The American Diabetes Association® is pleased to announce the opening of a new nomination window for the Pathway to Stop Diabetes® research grants in 2022.
American Diabetes Association Teams Up With Dr. Comfort To Take Next Step in Preventing and Managing Foot Complications
Every four minutes, an American loses a limb due to diabetes—a complication that could be preventable when given the right tools.