Diabetes research is one key to the future for all people with diabetes.

Scientists around the world are conducting diabetes research across a phenomenal variety of fields.

This research includes trying to find a cure for diabetes, improving diabetes medication and diagnostics, and making the day to day life of people with diabetes easier to lead.

Diabetes research takes many forms throughout the world.

Read about current diabetes research, developing methods of treatment and how you can get involved with research in the UK:

There are numerous diabetes research institutions and foundations. In the UK, diabetes research is funded by charitable organisations such as the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the charity Diabetes UK

Private sector companies also take a strong role in financing diabetes experts to carry out pioneering research to improve diabetes care.

The latest diabetes research is published in diabetes journals such as Diabetes Care

Diabetes research across the globe

Diabetes research is a global task.

With diabetes increasingly affecting every country in the world, diabetes researchers from across the planet are working towards thousands of different research goals.

It is in this way that major breakthroughs are made, and the future of diabetes care comes one step closer.

Please use the links below to visit some diabetes research portals. If you would like your organisation to be added to this list, please contact us.

Diabetes research

Read more about diabetes research directly at the charity and institutes below.

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