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American Diabetes Association 79th Scientific Sessions coverage

Including news and expert commentaries on the CAROLINA trial, REWIND trial, and PIONEER trial (June 7–11).

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Expert interviews

06-20-2019 | Diabetes prevention | ADA 2019 | Article

The D2d trial: An Indian perspective

Deep Dutta, from New Delhi, talks about the implications of the D2d trial findings for doctors practicing in India (2:51).

06-13-2019 | Prediabetes | ADA 2019 | Article

Expert commentary: The RISE study

With all three RISE studies now published, John Wilding reflects on the pathophysiological differences between children and adults with type 2 diabetes (2:12).

06-13-2019 | Physical activity | ADA 2019 | Article

Expert highlights: High performance exercise and type 1 diabetes

John Wilding talks about research presented at the ADA Scientific Sessions looking at the management of type 1 diabetes in elite athletes (3:18).

06-13-2019 | Insulin degludec/Liraglutide | ADA 2019 | Article

Expert commentary: The DUAL VIII trial

Sanjay Kalra discusses the implications of the DUAL VIII trial, which looked at the effect of IDegLira versus glargine on the time to treatment intensification in people with type 2 diabetes (2:39).

06-12-2019 | Linagliptin | ADA 2019 | Article

Expert commentary: An endocrinologist's view of the CAROLINA trial

Sanjay Kalra tells us why he is so reassured by the findings of the CAROLINA trial pitting linagliptin against glimepiride (2:38).

06-12-2019 | Linagliptin | ADA 2019 | Article

Clinical takeaway: The CAROLINA trial

John Wilding outlines the key take-home message from the CAROLINA trial comparing the cardiovascular risk profile of the dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitor linagliptin and the sulfonylurea glimepiride (0:37).

06-11-2019 | Semaglutide | ADA 2019 | Article

Researcher comment: The PIONEER 6 oral semaglutide cardiovascular outcomes study

PIONEER 6 lead investigator Mansoor Husain discusses the results of the trial, and how oral and injectable semaglutide compare and can be used in the clinic (4:40).

06-10-2019 | ADA 2019 | Article

Expert highlights: ADA session “Making a difference in 5 minutes”

Lori Berard gives an overview of the ADA session “Making a difference in five minutes: Interventions in diabetes for anyone.” (2:0)

06-10-2019 | Hypoglycemia | ADA 2019 | Article

Expert highlights: Novel insulins and insights into hypoglycemia from continuous glucose monitoring

Stephanie Amiel overviews her ADA highlights, including novel rapid-acting insulins and the sometimes surprising insights that technology offers into hypoglycemia (3:20).

06-10-2019 | Dulaglutide | ADA 2019 | Article

Expert commentary: A nurse educator’s view of the REWIND trial

Nurse educator Lori Berard gives her view of how the REWIND trial can help clinicians working with people with type 2 diabetes (1:48).

06-10-2019 | Dulaglutide | ADA 2019 | Article

Expert commentary: The REWIND trial

John Wilding discusses how the results of the REWIND study add to our knowledge of the effects of the glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonist class in people with varying degrees of cardiovascular risk (3:37).

06-10-2019 | Dulaglutide | ADA 2019 | Article

Expert commentary: A primary care view of the REWIND trial

Kamlesh Khunti discusses what the REWIND findings mean for doctors working with people with type 2 diabetes and high cardiovascular risk in primary care (1:43).

Research news

06-25-2019 | Hypertension | ADA 2019 | News

Stricter BP thresholds may be needed in type 1 diabetes

Findings from an observational cohort study suggest that a blood pressure target of 120/80 mmHg may be needed for effective prevention of coronary artery disease in people with type 1 diabetes.

06-19-2019 | Diet | ADA 2019 | News

DiRECT: Beta cells ‘not dead’ in type 2 diabetes

People who achieved sustained remission of type 2 diabetes via substantial weight loss in the DiRECT trial regained normal maximal beta-cell capacity, the investigators report.

06-18-2019 | Hypoglycemia | ADA 2019 | News

High-intensity exercise may trigger hypoglycemia counterregulatory response

Research presented at the 79th ADA Scientific Sessions in San Francisco, California, USA, suggests that high-intensity exercise can partially restore counterregulatory responses to hypoglycemia in people with impaired awareness of the condition.

ADA 2019 pre-conference

Key clinical trials at ADA 2019

Get up to speed on the clinical trials headlining ADA 2019 with our brief overviews.

Session recommendations

The Medicine Matters diabetes Editorial Board share their symposia picks ahead of ADA 2019.

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