The BDC is the first center in Colorado to offer a newly approved drug meant to delay the onset of stage-3 Type 1 diabetes.
A multidisciplinary approach to diabetes care.
The Barbara Davis Center provides state-of the-art care to children and adults with type 1 diabetes and teaches our patients how to prevent or delay complications. Our research is devoted to finding prevention, cure, and most effective treatment of diabetes and associated disorders.
Marian Rewers, MD, PhD
If someone in your family has been diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, you and/or your children may be at elevated risk for developing T1d during the course of your/their lifetime. Screening can help you know if you are likely to develop T1d or are already in the early stages.
Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disorder that causes insulin dependency. A diabetes diagnosis can sometimes come unexpectedly but there are symptoms to be vigilant for. Read more about T1D, what symptoms to watch out for, and when to see your doctor.
In November 2022, the FDA cleared the way for a first-of-its-kind medication indicated to delay the onset of type 1 diabetes for patients currently in stage-2 of type 1 diabetes. The Barbara Davis Center offers this infusion therapy through its Early T1D Clinic to eligible patients.
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