Have your relatives been tested as part of a diabetes prevention trial?
Yes, and the results were negative 26% 167 Yes, and the results were positive for one relative 7% 48 Yes, and the results were positive for more than one relative 3% 20 No 58% 364 I don't know 4% 26
Have your relatives been tested as part of a diabetes prevention trial?Poll dates: December 5 - 12, 1999
Total Votes: 625
Scientists around the world are working to find a way to prevent Type 1 diabetes. In the United States, the largest study is the Diabetes Prevention Trial - Type 1, or simply the DPT-1. Family members of kids or adults who have Type 1 diabetes are encouraged to talk with their endocrinologist about the study. Many more people must be screened before the study will have enough participants.
For more information, you can contact:
Diabetes Prevention Trial (DPT-1)
P.O.Box 016960 (D110)
Miami, FL 33101
Last Updated: Wednesday March 16, 2005 16:36:26
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