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CF Diabetes is unique and differs from Type I and Type II Diabetes. It can be the results of both insulin sensitivity and insulin resistance. Excess mucous may block and eventually scar pancreatic ducts, which causes a problem with the secretion on insulin. The pancreas stops producing the normal amounts of insulin and there is a delay in the release resulting in the person becoming insulin deficient.


The UK CF Diabetes group was founded in 2016. Since its inception, we have provided annual study days and networking opportunities for any health care professional working with CF Diabetes patients and have worked with the CF Trust to update current consensus documents.


Our aim is to facilitate a Cystic Fibrosis Diabetes forum so healthcare professionals can access updated information and share knowledge and best practice throughout the UK.


This website will provide you with information such as how to contact your regional representative.

If you would like to join the group as a member, please fill in the short form on the Contact us page. Membership is open to any Healthcare professional in the UK who cares for patients with Cystic Fibrosis/ Cystic Fibrosis Diabetes patients.

As a member, you will gain full access to updated news and educational materials related to all aspects of CF Diabetes. It will also mean that you can post questions, answers, tips and advice for your fellow colleague all over the UK in our forum

Paula Dyce - Chair

Paula Dyce - Chair

Harbinder Sunsoa - Vice Chair

Harbinder Sunsoa - Vice Chair

Rebecca Hemmings - Secretary

Rebecca Hemmings - Secretary

Dr Tom Clarke

Dr Tom Clarke - Psychology

Sejal Pandya

Sejal Pandya - Dietetics