Wolf, R.M, Noor, N, Izquierdo, R, Jett, D, Rewers, A, Majidi, S, Sheanon, N, Breidbart, Lee J. M, Kamboj, M, Demeterco-Berggren, C, Ebekozien, O

Introduction: An increase in newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes (T1D) has been posited during the COVID-19 pandemic, but data have been conflicting.

Objectives: We aimed to determine trends in newly diagnosed T1D and severity of presentation at diagnosis for pediatric and adolescent patients during COVID-19 year (2020) as compared to the previous year (2019) in a multi-center data analysis across the United States.

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