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Type 1 Diabetes Therapy Funded by Stem Cell Agency Submits Application to Start Clinical Trial

July 17, 2014 San Francisco, CA – A promising treatment for type 1 diabetes that has received almost $40 million in funding from the stem c…

Started by Diabetes News and Interest

2 on Sunday
Reply by yank

Preventative shots so kids don't develop type 1.

This was on the JDRF website. I had never heard of this before. Wondering if this would be suitable for my kids but I couldn't find any mor…

Started by Rich

22 Jul 15
Reply by Nyadach

Yes or No: cured in your lifetime?

Simple word (unless someone can show me how to do a poll here) (:::Z Yes or No... do you BELIEVE there will be a cure within your lifetime…

Started by Stuart

766 Jun 3
Reply by Brently

AAT infusion treatments

Has anyone on this forum been treated with AAT? In a clinical trial or off label by a physician? If so, with what results. thank you

Started by Anita

6 May 1
Reply by Terry

Type 1: A parent's guide for the first thirty days

A while back on another site, I mentioned that I put together some content that could help with the first days and weeks after diagnosis fo…

Started by AML

0 Feb 22

3 month check up advice

I was diagnosed with T2 11/15/13, so about three months ago. I had a A1C of 10.8 at diagnosis. My PCP has done a lot of things that make me…

Started by Morphic

20 Feb 14
Reply by David (dns)

Can More Stem Cells Lead to T1 Regenerative Therapy?

Scientists long have been entranced by the power of embryonic stem cells to grow all the organs the body needs. Harnessing the power of ste…

Started by TuDiabetes Administration

0 Feb 8

When will a cure for type 1 diabetes come?

Our friends over at diaTribe, a monthly newsletter about diabetes research and products, have just published a book with the ADA, Targeting…

Started by Emily Coles

16 Oct 30, 2013
Reply by Larry Fischer

New Evidence for the role of a Specific Virus Causing Type 1

Oct. 22, 2013 — Type 1 diabetes is a disease caused by the destruction of the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas. It is often diagnose…

Started by Diabetes News and Interest

1 Oct 23, 2013
Reply by Timothy

Gastric Bypass - diabetes cure?

In ten days, I am going in for gastric bypass surgery. I am having the Roux-N-Y procedure done, which supposedly has the highest rate of su…

Started by netbadger

9 May 5, 2013
Reply by Andy Taylor

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