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More than $230 million committed to support equitable health for all people

The American Heart Association makes unprecedented pledge to aggressively address social determinants while working to improve the health of all communities – urban, suburban and rural DALLAS, January 25, 2021 — The American Heart Association, the leading global voluntary health organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke, […]

A new approach to study autoimmune diseases

Research team determines that the “Immune only” focus of current research must be updated to better understand autoimmune diseases such as type 1 diabetes and multiple sclerosis Indianapolis, Ind. – A team of researchers led by the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute Diabetes Center’s Scientific Director Decio L. Eizirik, […]

$1M Awarded by the American Diabetes Association® for COVID-19 and Diabetes Research Projects

Ten scientists receive funding to investigate the correlation between COVID-19 and Diabetes ARLINGTON, Va., Sept. 3, 2020  The American Diabetes Association (ADA) announced that it has invested $1 million to fund 10 research projects investigating the link between COVID-19 and diabetes. The awarded funds will support basic, translational and clinical […]

Diabetologia publishes results highlighting efficacy of the diabetes vaccine Diamyd® in genetically defined subgroups of type 1 diabetes

STOCKHOLM, Aug. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Diabetologia (the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes [EASD]) has published results from a meta study that demonstrates a highly significant and clinically relevant effect of Diamyd Medical’s lead drug candidate Diamyd® (GAD-alum) on preserving endogenous insulin production in genetically defined subgroups […]

Pseudoislet system expected to advance pancreas and diabetes research

The multicellular, 3-D structure of human pancreatic islets—the areas of the pancreas containing hormone-producing or endocrine cells—has presented challenges to researchers as they study and manipulate these cells’ function, but Vanderbilt University Medical Center researchers have now developed a pseudoislet system that allows for much easier study of […]

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