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Endocrinology & Diabetes

US News - Stanford Children's HealthThe endocrine system is a complex collection of hormone-producing glands that control basic body functions such as metabolism, growth and sexual development. The pediatric endocrinology team at Stanford Children’s Health is nationally ranked in Diabetes & Endocrinology by U.S. News & World Report and treats children with endocrine disorders at convenient locations throughout the Bay Area.

We diagnose and manage children with many different endocrine and metabolic disorders, including:

Research Updates

For clinical questions, please contact the LPCH Diabetes Educators at (650) 498-7353 or diabetes@stanfordchildrens.org.

For research questions, please contact the Stanford Diabetes Research Team at diabetesresearch@stanford.edu.

Please visit dped.stanford.edu for more information about clinical research.

The "artificial pancreas" is changing the game for type 1 diabetes patients

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At 19 months old, Jamie was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. For the next 10 years, her parents would wake up every three hours during the night to check her blood glucose level. But now, thanks to a clinical trial at Packard Children’s and Stanford Medicine, Jamie is wearing a device that checks her glucose levels every five minutes and wirelessly alerts her pump, which then delivers the correct dose of insulin.

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