Why do some people with type 1 diabetes experience high fluctuations in blood glucose, in spite of high compliance to therapy, while others, following the same therapy, experience stable blood glucose?
Is there a difference in the aggressivity of the disease between the two groups?
Does the latter group have a larger remaining beta cell mass?
Are there multiple subtypes of type 1 diabetes?
The Heterogeneity of Type 1 Diabetes symposium will shed light on these questions.
The symposium takes place at Medicon Valley Alliance in the Ørestad on 29/10/2021 – 09:30 to 16:45. It is organized by the Danish Diabetes Academy and DiaUnion, and is open for all interested in type 1 diabetes research. Register free of charge here.