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For people recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes (T2D) who are overweight, losing weight can put diabetes into remission. Remission means your diabetes has gone away so you have healthy blood glucose without taking medication. However, diabetes may come back in the future so you would still have annual diabetes checks at your practice.  

This study is to see whether offering people a new treatment service (eDIAMOND) can help more people achieve remission. 


New remission care pathway: Diabetes Adaptive Weight management Network

Funder: NIHR HTA

Sponsor: University of Oxford


Telephone: 01865 289281

This trial has been approved by East of England - Cambridge East Research Ethics Committee, reference: 23/EE/0278