Last updated on November 2014

Does type 2 diabetes run in your family? Then sit up and take notice


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What will my child be asked to do?

If you and your child decide to participate in the SITup program, your child will enter a one-week screening period to determine if he or she is eligible to participate. If he or she is eligible, your child will have study-related tests and procedures at study visits. Depending on the type of SITup study for which your child qualifies, participation in the SITup program may last between 5 and 14 months and include anywhere from 6 to 10 study visits.

What are the potential risks and benefits?

Everyone who participates in a research study must first complete a screening visit. During the screening visit, the study doctor will explain to you the study details and the potential risks and benefits of participation in the study.

The information learned from the study and your participation may help improve future treatment options for children and adolescents with type 2 diabetes.

Study participation is voluntary. If you choose to participate, you may leave the study at any time for any reason. The study doctor and staff will be available to help you throughout the study and to address any questions you may have.



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