“You are not alone” – maintaining hope when living with type 1 diabetes.
Awareness and understanding about T1D in Australia is low, particularly for adults living with the chronic condition.
Snacking 101: An explainer for people living with T1D
Right now, we’re in our houses more than ever before. We work, learn, sleep and socialise in our house. That’s a lot of time inside! You’ve probably found as social distancing restrictions are easing that you’ve developed some habits which make managing type 1 diabetes trickier because you’ve been cooped up indoors. Stuff like staying up late and sleeping in, trouble […]
New Option to Help with Insulin Control
An Australian-first is launched in Melbourne today Medtronic bringing the MiniMed 670G insulin pump to Australia. The system, the only one of its kind in Australia, is designed to learn a person’s individual insulin needs and requires minimal input from the user. It does this by measuring blood glucose levels every five minutes and takes […]
JDRF Welcomes Commitment to Continue Work of Clinical Research Network by the Coalition Government
Funding will help support translate more innovations into useful treatments for people living with type 1 diabetes. JDRF welcomes the news today that the Liberal National Government has committed to continued support of the Type 1 Diabetes Clinical Research Network (CRN). The $54.5m over five years, will continue the work of the network, most recently supported by […]