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Jan. 8, 2019

Jan 8, 2019
 

We are often amazed when someone is diagnosed with T1DM when there is no family history. That is because the disease is about 15 times more common in siblings of a patient with diabetes than in the general population. In addition, siblings have an average risk of 6% of developing T1DM.

This week in our Clinical Text, we look at the myriad of testing and genetic research that is going on to try to identify genetic solutions.

Dave Joffe

Editor-in-chief