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With the obesity crisis showing no signs of abating, insulin resistance in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes is an increasing concern. From finding an affordable, efficient testing regime for identifying patients who have it (including those who are lean) to equipping patients and their families with the right advice around meals and exercise, Professor Júlia Galhardo sets out her top goals for research in this area.

For more from Professor Galhardo, enrol on her module ‘Paediatric diabetic ketoacidosis’, module four in our Diabetic ketoacidosis course.

 
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