Diabetes

Our Goal: To improve the lives of people with diabetes through support for diabetes research funding and improved clinical care.

Why We Care

Endocrinologists are often on the frontlines of the all-consuming, complex diabetes public health crisis. The Endocrine Society works to make a positive difference in the lives of patients with diabetes, and advocates for access to affordable care and diabetes supplies, and better funding for research focused on diabetes and its comorbidities.

Learn more about this growing epidemic, its staggering costs, and who it disproportionately affects by downloading our Diabetes Fact Sheet or our Special Diabetes Program Fact Sheet

Position Statements Regarding Diabetes

Recent Events

  • The Friends of the NIDDK hosted a virtual briefing on October 5, 2020 to discuss how the NIDDK is addressing racial and ethnic disparities in research. Here is the recording, presentation, and a relevant article
  • The Endocrine Society is hosting a virtual briefing on October 27, 2020 from noon to 1:00 PM about the Special Diabetes Program. For more information click here and to register click here
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Make Your Voice Heard

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Join us in lending your voice to our online advocacy to support our policy priorities, endocrinology, and science. Contact your U.S representatives or European Members of Parliament through our online platform. Take action and make a difference today.

Join us in lending your voice to our online advocacy to support our policy priorities, endocrinology, and science. Contact your U.S representatives or European Members of Parliament through our online platform. Take action and make a difference today.

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Submit Your ENDO 2021 Abstract

We have extended our abstract submission deadline to Monday, November 2. With over 150 topical areas for abstract submissions, don’t miss this chance to share your science and expand the reach of your work. Please use these extra few days to finalize your abstract and complete your submission.

We have extended our abstract submission deadline to Monday, November 2. With over 150 topical areas for abstract submissions, don’t miss this chance to share your science and expand the reach of your work. Please use these extra few days to finalize your abstract and complete your submission.

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