American Diabetes Association’s 79th Annual Scientific Sessions: #ADA2019

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From Friday, June 7 to Tuesday, June 11th, the biggest diabetes conference of the year took place in San Francisco, California – the American Diabetes Association’s 79th Annual Scientific Sessions (#ADA2019). This annual meeting brings together researchers, healthcare providers, diabetes technology companies and many more from around the globe.

During these five days, there were over 2,000 original research presentations and more than 180 sessions covering the latest advancements in research, treatment, and care for people living with diabetes. That’s a lot of news to take in! Beyond Type 1 did the hard work for you: we reported live from ADA 2019 and aggregated the most important industry and technological updates here. Check out our comprehensive review of the weekend + our minute by minute breaking news coverage.

 

ADA 2019 in Review


Beyond Type 1's editorial staff reflects on the highlights, lowlights, insights, and biggest takeaways from the biggest diabetes conference of the year. READ MORE

 

 

 

Breaking News From ADA 2019


Two studies presented by ADA + JDRF found that access to continuous glucose monitoring in children with diabetes improves glycemic control • Insulet announced positive trial results regarding the Omnipod® HorizonTM Hybrid Closed-Loop System • Study results were presented from Tandem’s Control-IQ hybrid closed loop using the t:slim X2 insulin pump with the Dexcom G6 continuous glucose monitorREAD MORE