New Developments Are Transforming Treatments for People Living with Type 1 Diabetes
For teenagers navigating adolescence, independence is paramount. Few understand this better than Sara. Since being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 17, Sara has grappled daily with constant monitoring and frequent insulin injections. Usually diagnosed in children and young adults, the disease requires patients to rely on lifelong insulin treatment for survival. But with an army of researchers devoted to developing innovative new medicines, people like Sara have much to look forward to.