A new open-access article published in Clinical Pediatric Endocrinology looks at the availability and access of pediatric diabetes care in different countries around the world.
New Lancet review looks at progress and challenges of type 1 diabetes for children and adolescents in LMICs 100 years after discovery of insulin
Type 1 diabetes is on the rise globally, however the burden of mortality remains disproportionate in low-income and middle-income countries (LMICs) especially among children and adolescents. As 2021 celebrates 100 years of discovery of insulin, a team led by NCD Child takes a look back at the progress, global burden of type 1 diabetes (T1D) […]
Hosted by NCD Child, in partnership with the Asia-Pacific Pediatric Association (APPA) and Caring and Living as Neighbours (CLAN), the two-day workshop provided an opportunity for individuals in the Asia-Pacific region to strengthen their advocacy and leadership skills, and collaborate on strategies to keep young people living with obesity and/or diabetes safe during COVID-19. Date: October 23 & 24 Time: […]
On this #WorldDiabetesDay, NCD Child Young Leader Dr. Apoorva Gomber shares her journey of being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes (T1D) and addresses the misconceptions, stigma and barriers of living with T1D, and how she took action into her own hands to overcome those barriers. Watch her message below.
Provides a summary of the impact of diabetes on women throughout the life-course.