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Which one of the following innovations in diabetes care do you think is most likely in 2019?


Much more accurate continuous glucose sensing in general use






Closed loop sensing and insulin pumps (e.g., artificial pancreas) in general use






New drugs other than insulin widely used in type 1 diabetes




A breakthrough in islet cell transplantation






A breakthrough in halting autoimmunity






A breakthrough in finding the cause of type 1




Something else




No real change from today






Total votes: 19


Which one of the following innovations do you think is most likely in 2018?

Poll dates: December 26, 2018 - January 2, 2019
Total Votes: 19

Doctors, scientists, and engineers in academia, government, and industry are working hard to develop a cure for type 1 diabetes, to find ways to prevent it, and to develop better tools to improve treatment. Throughout the year, we report on the progress of this work through our weekly What's New email newsletter. To close out 2017, we thought we'd ask our readers what they thought 2019 would bring.

We've run similar polls in December 2006, December 2007, December 2008, December 2009, December 2010, December 2011, December 2012, December 2013, December 2014, December 2015, December 2016, and December 2017.

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Last Updated: Wednesday January 02, 2019 19:47:37
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