American Diabetes Association’s 82nd Annual Scientific Sessions: #ADA2022


 2022-06-02

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From Friday, June 3rd to Tuesday, June 7th, 2022 the largest diabetes conference of the year— the American Diabetes Association’s 82nd Annual Scientific Sessions (#ADA2022)—is taking place. This annual meeting will bring together researchers, healthcare providers, diabetes technology companies and many more from around the globe.

Over the course of five days, more than 1,400 original research presentations and over 180 sessions on the latest advancements in research, treatment and care for people with diabetes will be shared.

As in previous years, the Beyond Type 2 team is attending the conference to share the newest research, treatments and care updates with our community. Tune in to Twitter for live coverage of key sessions. For our coverage for people with type 1 diabetes, click here.

News From ADA 2022

Type 2 Diabetes in Children + Teens: A History of Care + its Challenges


Understanding the unique challenges for young people with type 2 diabetes and their families can improve care and education. MORE
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Year in Review: The Biggest News in Diabetes Clinical Science


Highlights from the last year of diabetes research and treatment include new biosimilar insulins and updated screening and diagnosis guidelines.MORE
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Research: Practical Use of Closed-Loop Insulin Pumps


Closed-loop insulin pump technology is a game-changer for those taking insulin. Here are essential tips to using them in day-to-day life.MORE
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Weight Management + Type 2 Diabetes: Using Compassion, Medicine and Surgery


Weight loss has several benefits for people with type 2 diabetes. However, it isn’t always easy to achieve through only lifestyle changes.MORE
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The Future of Insulin — Will It Be Affordable for the People Who Need It?


Research is showing promising advancements with new weekly oral and injectable insulins—but will they actually be affordable?MORE
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Diabetes + Dementia: Using Nasal Insulin to Improve Brain Function


With rising rates of obesity in both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, understanding the impact on long-term brain health and function is critical.MORE
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Researchers Talk: Past, Present, and Future of Pancreas Transplants


Are pancreas transplants the way of the future for people with diabetes? Here’s what you should know about the procedure.MORE
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Not All Net Carbs and Artificial Sweeteners are Alike


Experts discuss the complexities of how net carbs and artificial sweeteners affect everyone with diabetes differently. MORE
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Young Adults with T1D + T2D Need Personalized Care


By understanding the unique challenges of early adulthood, providers can empower young adults with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.MORE
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When is the Right Time to Eat with Diabetes?


Experts discuss if there’s an optimal way to time your meals and the common “3 meals and 3 snacks per day” rule. MORE

Type 2 Diabetes in Children + Teens: A History of Care + its Challenges


Understanding the unique challenges for young people with type 2 diabetes and their families can improve care and education. MORE
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Reaching Everyone—Health Disparities in Physical Activity


People living with diabetes are told to just exercise more to better manage their diabetes. Here is why it's not that simple. MORE
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Race, Racism, and Diabetes Research


Diabetes care and research is still drastically impacted by racist practices. It’s time to call the racism out. MORE
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Dexcom CEO Talks: Product Differences, Cost Expectations, and Mental Health


The CEO of Dexcom sat down with Beyond Type 1 at the American Diabetes Association’s 82nd Annual Scientific Sessions to talk all things G7.MORE
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Challenges + Solutions for Underserved Communities in East Los Angeles


People living with diabetes in East L.A. face many challenges in getting the care they need. Is Blue Circle Health a potential solution?MORE

Addressing Social and Structural Health Inequities in Diabetes Care


To address long-standing health inequities, providers and health systems must engage with barriers to high-quality diabetes care.MORE
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The Negative Impact of Diabetes Stigma: “Words create reality”


Key behavioral science research proves the impact of attitudes and words on people living with diabetes and why those stigmas must change.MORE
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Weight Bias + Diabetes: “Stigma does not motivate anyone”


In this coverage, we share research highlighting how weight bias affects people with diabetes and what can be done to change public attitudes.MORE
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Mounjaro: Its Powerful Potential to Treat Type 2 Diabetes & Obesity


Experts discuss the impressive impact and future potential of using Mounjaro (tirzepatide) to treat obesity and type 2 diabetes.MORE
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Diabetes Standards of Care Updated for Preventing or Delaying Type 2 Diabetes


The ADA has updated the standards of care to include recommendations that focus on preventing or delaying type 2 diabetes and its associated complications.MORE
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Another Reminder that Racial/Ethnic Inequality Exists in Diabetes Care


Despite the variety of diabetes medications and technology, race and ethnicity still weigh heavily on a person’s access to these life-saving tools.MORE
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Access to Insulin: In the United States


Despite the growing variety of insulin and technology, access to this life-saving drug continues to be a dire problem in the United States.MORE
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Access to Insulin: In Low-Income Countries


In many countries, a person with diabetes may walk for four days to get a vial of short-acting insulin and seven to 10 days for long-acting.MORE

WRITTEN BY Beyond Type 2 Editorial Team , POSTED 06/02/22, UPDATED 06/06/22

This piece was authored collaboratively by the Beyond Type 2 Editorial Team. This includes Liz Cambron-Kopco, Julia Flaherty, Lala Jackson, Julia Sclafani, T'ara Smith and Ginger Vieira.