• If you are interested in learning more about islet transplantation, please contact an islet transplant center in your area.
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  • NIDDK website highlighting opportunities for type 1 diabetes patients and family members who wish to participate in clinical research studies; click here.
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Progress in islet transplantation depends entirely on complete, high-quality medical data, including the information you consented to report to the Collaborative Islet Transplant Registry (www.citregistry.org). Your long-term follow-up since your islet transplant is vitally important. To make it as easy as possible for you to provide updated information about your health, you can complete the following questionnaire on-line or mail it to your transplant center. This information is very important in the continuing search for a cure for Type 1 diabetes.

For mailing, print and complete the form by clicking Participant Self Reported Questionnaire.
Participant Self Reported Questionnaire
To submit the data online, click Islet Recipient Questionnaire.
Islet Recipient Questionnaire

To submit a Quality of Life Survey, click:
Quality of Life Survey