One in 11 adults worldwide has diabetes, and endocrinologists are on the frontlines battling this public health crisis. Explore all the ways we support research and clinical practice, including our diabetic microvascular disease Scientific Statement, our diabetes technology Clinical Practice Guideline, and our journals’ thematic issue on diabetes.

Read our just released position statement on increasing insulin affordability and join us in recommending Congress address insulin price increases.

The Endocrine Society has embarked on a multi-year quality improvement project, the Hypoglycemia Prevention Initiative, to design and test clinical interventions in primary care settings that will aim to decrease the number of patients at high-risk and the frequency and severity of their episodes.

Diabetes Clinical Practice Guidelines

The total cost of diabetes and prediabetes in the US is $322 Billion

In Endocrine News


Endocrine News Podcast

In Episode 4 of the Endocrine News Podcast Angela Magdaleno, from the Lehigh Valley Health Network, talks about preconception counseling for women with diabetes. Dr. Magdaleno presented findings of a patient review and a survey of providers at the Endocrine Society’s annual meeting.


From The Journals

Medical costs for people with diabetes are more than twice as high as for people without diabetes.

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Education and Meetings

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View all Endocrine Society session recordings on diabetes, and check out the Center For Learning for educational and professional development opportunities.

Beyond A1c: A Course on T1D Care And Management—Access timely education and resources to adjust insulin therapy, select and use technologies, and prevent common complications in T1D through this self-paced multi-module course. The open access course and resources on T1D are certified for 6 CME credits and MOC points. Start the course today!

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Patient Resources

An estimated 26 million Americans have diabetes, a disease in which there is too much sugar in the bloodstream. About 7 million of them, however, have not yet been diagnosed with the disease. Talk with your doctor if you have symptoms of diabetes and for more information please visit