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Type 1 Diabetes Update

November 15, 2023

Episode 79

 
Irl Hirsch

Host Aaron Lohr talks with Irl Hirsch from the University of Washington, co-chair of the Endocrine Society’s type 1 diabetes fellows program, about the program and the latest in type 1 diabetes research and treatment, as well as forecast for future technology and treatment opportunities. The fellows program and this podcast episode were both made possible by unrestricted, educational grants from Abbott Diabetes Care Inc., CeQur Corp., Dexcom, Insulet, JDRF, Lilly USA LLC, MannKind Corp., Novo Nordisk, Prevention Bio, Vertex, and Tandem Diabetes Care.


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