Diagnosed with T1D at age 4, Kerry experienced the thrill of not having to worry about her diabetes for a few days when she participated in an artificial pancreas trial.  The artificial pancreas, which automatically controls blood sugar levels, has been tested in a hospital setting with great results.  The next step is further testing in patients at home so the technology can one day be available to all people with T1D.  The development of this technology would be the biggest breakthrough since the discovery of insulin.

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