New TrialNet research findings published today in Science Translational Medicine show that a 14-day course of the immunotherapy drug teplizumab provided an additional year of delay in onset of type 1 diabetes and improved insulin production, increasing the overall benefit to high-risk individuals reported in the original study fin
Each November, we join the diabetes community to recognize Diabetes Awareness Month and World Diabetes Day on November 14th. This year, as TrialNet begins to celebrate 20 years, we share major research advances made possible by our incredible study participants and research teams around the world.
Identifying early stages of T1D
Tracy Olsten shares why her daughter Mikayla participated in the landmark Teplizumab prevention trial
With landmark results recently announced, the Teplizumab Prevention Study is making headlines across the country. Here, Tracy Olsten shares why her daughter Mikayla decided to join the study.
Teplizumab Prevention Study Chair Kevan Herold, M.D., Yale University, presented first-of-a-kind findings showing that teplizumab delayed type 1 diabetes a median of 2 years in children and adults at high risk. Findings were also simultaneously published in the New England Journal of Medicine