The Highs and Lows of Type 1 Diabetes Can be Overwhelming.

If you have T1D and do not always know when you have low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) you may be able to take part in a clinical research study.

See if you may qualify

We are looking for adults ages 18 to 65 with type 1 diabetes with severe low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) and impaired hypoglycemic awareness, meaning that assistance has been required from somebody else to recover from low blood sugar, to participate in this clinical research study. Participants must have a clinical history of type 1 diabetes with onset occurring before 40 years of age, and they must be insulin-dependent for five years or more. If you are interested in taking part, please complete the following questionnaire to determine if you may be eligible.

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Please Read – Your Consent Is Required

The following pages contain some prescreening questions to determine whether you may be eligible to take part in the clinical research study. If you would like to participate in the prescreening, you will need to provide certain personal information such as your name, contact information, and postal code, as well as your answers to some health-related questions.

The sponsor of this study is accountable for your personal information. The sponsor has engaged Praxis (“we” or “us”) to assist with clinical trial recruitment for the study by collecting prescreening information for the study through this website.

We will use this information with your consent to evaluate your eligibility for the study. If we determine that you may be eligible for the study or if you elect for us to contact you about this or other studies of the sponsor in the future, we (or another company hired to assist with this on behalf of the sponsor) will use and share this information to contact you via telephone or email using your contact details to assess further your eligibility.

The prescreener information you submit online will not be shared with the sponsor in any way that could identify you. The sponsor’s service provider, Praxis, which is located in the United States, will store this information as the operator of the website and will only share information in aggregate with the sponsor.

In the event that you are found potentially eligible for this study, you will have the option to provide contact information to be contacted for a further assessment of your eligibility and to connect you with a research site in your area (based on your postal code). In the event that you are not eligible for this study, you will have the option to provide contact information to be contacted if the eligibility criteria changes for this study or for future studies of the sponsor.

In either case, you do not have to provide contact information and can elect to have your personal information deleted instead. If you do not elect to delete the information, we will store it for as long as necessary to fulfill the purposes listed above, in accordance with applicable laws, or as indicated by your choice if you are electing for us to keep it to contact you in the future about this study or future studies of the sponsor.

You may withdraw your consent at any time and, upon withdrawal of your consent, we will promptly delete your personal information except to the extent required to comply with our legal obligations. For a fuller description of your privacy rights and the sponsor’s privacy practices, please see the sponsor’s Privacy Notice. You can read about your privacy rights under the heading “Privacy Preferences and Rights” and you may find contact information for the sponsor’s Data Protection Officer under the heading “How to Contact Us.” If you have a question or complaint, wish to withdraw consent, or exercise your other privacy rights (including access and correction), please contact Praxis at, as the sponsor will not receive any information about you from this website. The sponsor is Vertex Pharmaceuticals Incorporated.

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