COLORADO SPRINGS - The University of Colorado is part of groundbreaking research, that will provide future guidelines for treating type two diabetes.
News 5 spoke with a Colorado Springs participant about what this means for him, and eventually folks across the nation with the same diagnosis.
"The care that I get, it's cutting edge, it's comprehensive," said Stephen Craig, participant.
And it's not just going to help Craig.
"When all is said and done, I can say I helped them determine which drug was the best combination with metformin, to help diabetics," he said.