All around the world, doctors, nurses, scientists and other health care professionals are working to prevent diabetes and to find better ways to care for diabetes. The studies they conduct need your help -- they need you to participate. The studies listed below are actively seeking participants.

Study   Location(s)   Date Posted
[New!] Prevent Risks by Early interVEntion at Nighttime in Type 1 diabetes for Kidney Disease (PREVENTKD)   Northwestern University   October 2008
Neulasta in Type 1 Diabetes   University of Florida   October 2008
Closing the Loop in Type 1 Diabetes   Massachusetts General Hospital   May 2008
The Protégé Study - Newly Diagnosed Type 1 Diabetes   United States   February 2008
Nutritional Intervention to Prevent (NIP) Diabetes   United States   January 2008
Metabolic Syndrome & Exercise   Irvine, California   January 2007
Sibling Relationships   New Jersey and surrounding areas   December 2006
Biomarkers Of Glucose Metabolism In Exhaled Breath   Irvine, California   8 October 2006
Research on Memory & Glucose   New York, NY   21 September 2006
Exercise in Teens with Type 1   Irvine, California   15 October 2005
Type 1 Diabetes Genetics Consortium   Worldwide   30 August 2005
Benfotiamine and Complications   New York   28 August 2005
What Causes Type 1 Diabetes?   Baltimore, Maryland   18 September 2004
Effect of AC2993 with or without Immunosuppression on Beta Cell Function in Patients with Type 1 Diabetes   Nationwide   4 July 2004
"The Symptoms Experiment": Improving Diabetes Problem Solving among Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus   Nationwide   3 June 2004
Children's Responses to Injections   Baltimore, MD   4 September 2003
Eating and Body Image Study   Nationwide   19 August 2003
Joslin MODY Genetics Study   Boston, MA   31 July 2003
Women and Type 1 Diabetes   Philadelphia, PA   20 June 2003
Autoantigen Vaccination In Human Type 1 Newly Diagnosed Diabetes Mellitus   Boston, MA   2 June 2003

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