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Challenging the Misconception That T1D Is a Childhood-Onset Disease

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    According to a recent study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, the median age of patients with type 1 diabetes is 24. However, type 1 diabetes that develops in adulthood is often mistakenly identified as type 2 diabetes, resulting in improper treatment. Joining Dr. John Buse to review this study’s key findings and how we can determine if an adult with new-onset diabetes might have type 1 diabetes is Dr. Michael Fang, Assistant Professor in the Division of Cardiovascular and Clinical Epidemiology at Johns Hopkins University.

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    According to a recent study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, the median age of patients with type 1 diabetes is 24. However, type 1 diabetes that develops in adulthood is often mistakenly identified as type 2 diabetes, resulting in improper treatment. Joining Dr. John Buse to review this study’s key findings and how we can determine if an adult with new-onset diabetes might have type 1 diabetes is Dr. Michael Fang, Assistant Professor in the Division of Cardiovascular and Clinical Epidemiology at Johns Hopkins University.

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Schedule17 May 2024