Pharma Execs Testify Before Senate on High Drug Prices

Executives from pharmaceutical companies were called on to testify before the Senate Finance Committee to explain the soaring cost of prescription drug prices in the U.S.

Half-Price Generic of Humalog Insulin Launched by Lilly

On Monday, March 4, Lilly Diabetes announced in a press release that an authorized generic version of Humalog insulin will be available in United States pharmacies for half the list price of Humalog.

Bright Spots and Landmines of Living with T1D

Adam Brown has been an influential voice in the diabetes community for several years, since launching his popular advice column "Adam's Corner" on diaTribe. In 2017, Adam released his first book: Bright Spots & Landmines, which discusses in his advice for living your best life with diabetes.

Diabetes Scholar Michael Brolly Talks to Beyond Type 1

Michael Brolly catches up with Beyond Type 1 about the transition to college life with diabetes.

Non-Invasive Alerts: AerBetic talks to Beyond Type 1

Beyond Type 1 spoke with AerBetic’s founder, president and CEO Arnar Thors and co-founder and COO Eric Housh about the game-changing elements of gas sensor technology for non-invasive Continuous Glucose Monitoring.

How One Camp Inspired Me to Take on the Ironman

Paul Klockars talked to Beyond Type 1 about his experiences at Diabetes Training Camp.

Love and Lows in the Deli Line: A T1D Struggle

Suddenly, seemingly out of left field, you feel it. The sweating. The shakes. The disorientation. You need to test, and you need to test now.

Trying the Eversense CGM

James Mansfield recently had the opportunity to try out the Eversense CGM. Lea Raak, founder of the blog Insulea, simultaneously tried the Eversense XL continuous glucose monitor (CGM) system in Germany.

Party Like A Diabetic: Changing Nightlife in Nashville

Caitlin Grenier shares her story and the inspiration behind Party Like a Diabetic: a site that figures out carb counts for eating and drinking in local places.

Embracing My Something: Maddie’s Iceland Adventure

Maddie Aibel shares her story of traveling to Iceland and dealing with sharing her T1D with others.

Why Are HbA1Cs Going Up Among Young Adults?

HbA1C Levels have gone up over the past decade, especially among young adults. At what point does technology become more of a hindrance than a help?

Insulin Manufacturers Called on to Explain Skyrocketing Prices

On Tuesday, a group of U.S. Senators led by Patty Murray (D-WA) sent letters to executives at Eli Lilly, Novo Nordisk, and Sanofi demanding information about the rising prices of insulin.  

Teen with T1D Rationed Insulin to Help Parents

Dillon Hooley started rationing insulin at the beginning of 2018, in an effort to help his parents struggling with finances.

AYUDA: Changing the Face of Diabetes Volunteering Abroad

AYUDA – American Youth Understanding Diabetes Abroad – is a nonprofit dedicated to creating culturally sensitive and sustainable diabetes volunteer programs around the world, where American youth can work with youth abroad to make a difference in their communities.

UCSF Team First to Grow Insulin-Producing Cells from Human Stem Cells

Researchers at UCSF have created insulin-producing cells from human stem cells, an incredible breakthrough and benchmark on the road to curing Type 1 diabetes. This is the first time scientists have been able to achieve this feat of regenerative medicine.