As of September 22, 2014, the NIDDK Clearinghouses Publication Catalog and Image
Library sites will be unavailable until further notice.
Although you will not be able to order publications, you can view, download, and print them by using the links below.
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Clinical Trials, Guidelines, and Research Reports
Studies Recruiting Patients
- Studies at the NIH Clinical Center
Patient studies under way at the NIH research hospital in Bethesda, Maryland.
- NIDDK Multi-Center Studies
NIDDK-funded studies at locations across the United States. Type 1 diabetes clinical studies are in particular need of volunteers.
NIH's comprehensive, consumer-friendly database of clinical trials for patients and others at more than 47,000 locations across the United States.
- Clinical Practice Guidelines
Link to the National Guideline Clearinghouse (NGC), a public resource for evidence-based clinical practice guidelines.
- Conquering Diabetes: Highlights of Program Efforts, Research Advances and Opportunities-A Scientific Progress Report on the Diabetes Research Working Group's Strategic Plan
A report that describes steps taken by the National Institutes of Health to implement the scientific recommendations made by the Diabetes Research Working Group, an independent, nongovernmental panel of experts.
- Diabetes Control and Complications Trial (DCCT)
A completed NIH study that showed how tight control of blood glucose can prevent complications in those with type 1 diabetes.
- Diabetes Prevention Program
A completed NIH study that showed that people who follow a low-fat, low-calorie diet and who exercise 30 minutes a day, five times a week, have a far smaller risk of developing diabetes than these who don't.
Special Statutory Funding Program for Type 1 Diabetes Research:
Report on Progress & Opportunities
A report that describes the recent achievements, ongoing collaborative projects, and future opportunities in type 1 diabetes research made possible through special Federal funding.
The Pima Indians: Pathfinders for Health
A booklet that describes the role of the Pima Indians in helping to understand diabetes and details NIDDK's efforts to improve clinical care and self-management practices among this group.
Page last updated: September 15, 2010