New Onset Diabetes (NOD) Cohort
Condition: Diabetes, hyperglycemia
Key Inclusion Criteria
- Between 50-85 years old at the time of enrollment
- Must have hyperglycemia and/or diabetes
- Must be willing to provide blood samples (fasting) at baseline, 6, 12, and 24 months post-enrollment
Key Exclusion Criteria
- Must not have any past history of hyperglycemia and/or diabetes
- Must not be on active treatment for cancer, carry a current diagnosis of any cancer, and/or investigated for suspicion of recurrence of past cancer (except non-melanoma skin cancer or carcinoma in-situ of the cervix)
- Must not have any past history of pancreatic cancer
Full Study Name
CPDPC16-01: A Prospective Study to Establish a New Onset Diabetes (NOD) Cohort (IRB no. PRO53823)
The purpose of this study is to create a large repository of blood samples and data from people with new-onset hyperglycemia and diabetes. A repository is a collection of samples from many different people that facilitates research. The study focuses on adults (50-85 years old) who have recently had one or more blood tests that indicate they may have hyperglycemia and/or diabetes.
The blood samples to be stored are similar to those that patients provide during usual care with their doctors. Researchers cannot yet tell the difference between routine, new-onset hyperglycemia and diabetes and the very few people (less than 1%) who have new-onset diabetes related to cancer. The study aims to find a way to do this by measuring promising markers (indicators) from participants’ blood samples.