ADA 2014 | Conference Coverage

New research is being presented at ADA 2014, the 74th Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association, from June 13-17 in San Francisco.


Meeting Highlights

The Effects of Diet on Diabetes Risk

Diabetes Missed in Many Asian Americans

Can Hepatitis B Vaccination Prevent Diabetes?

Long-Term Effects of Diabetes Prevention

Is It Depression or Diabetes Distress?


News From ADA 2014

Weekly GLP-1 Agonist Matches Daily Victoza in T2D

Targets Tightened for Kids’ Type 1 Diabetes

Canola Oil Cuts Heart Risk in Diabetes

Victoza Lowers Glucose in Genetic Form of Diabetes

Baby Formula Doesn’t Prevent Type 1 Diabetes

New Rivals to Top Diabetes Drug Lantus Show Promise in Studies

Combination Diabetes Drug Effective After 1 yr-Study

Depression Predicts Type 1 Diabetes Death, but Hope Prevails

First-Ever ADA Guidance Specifically for Type 1 Diabetes

“Bionic Pancreas” Works for 5 Days in Outpatient Settings

Statins Not Cost-Effective for Many Newly Eligible Patients

Sulfonylureas May Up Fracture Risk in Diabetes, Along With TZDs

Girl Power: Islet Transplants from Women Donors Work Better

Is Celiac Screening for Kids With Type 1 Diabetes Adequate?

ACC/AHA Lipid Guidelines: A Step up in Diabetes Care, or Not?

Lipid, Blood Pressure Guidelines in the Spotlight

Insulin Analogs: Is Benefit Worth Cost in Type 2 Diabetes?

Cutting-Edge Science Tops ADA Agenda in San Francisco


More From ADA 2014



Travel & Transportation

General Information

74th Scientific Sessions App

Online Itinerary Planner

Day-At-a-Glance Schedule

Focus on Fellows


City Information

Continuing Education





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