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  • Life at UVA Health During the Pandemic

    Our Medical Alumni Association has talked with Dr. K. Craig Kent, UVA’s executive vice president for health affairs, about how COVID-19 has affected UVA and UVA Health.

  • HIV Drugs Could Prevent Diabetes, Research Suggests

    Drugs already approved to treat HIV and hepatitis B reduced the risk of developing diabetes by 33%, a new analysis found.

  • How to Know a COVID-19 Vaccine is Safe

    Our Bill Petri, a top infectious disease expert, offers important insights into how to know a COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective.

  • The Control-IQ artificial pancreas system was derived from research done at the Center for Diabetes Technology here at UVA. Image credit: Tandem Diabetes Care

    Artificial Pancreas Now Available for Kids 6-13

    The FDA has approved the artificial pancreas for children 6-13 after a new study found that it significantly improved their blood sugar control both day and night.