Who is at risk of developing T1D?

T1D is a rare disease that is on the rise1-5:
T1D Illustration
More than 10% of the United States’ population has diabetes1:
  • T1D makes up close to 6% of the total diabetes population1
  • Though they often are grouped together, T1D has an autoimmune origin, whereas type 2 diabetes is a metabolic disease6

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