All Discussions Tagged 'trial' (11)

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Perle Bioscience Soon to Be Ready for Phase III Cinical Trial

Perle Bioscience and its team of amazing clinicians and researchers is getting ready for Phase III in its clinical trials. They will need n…

Started by Donna H

8 Oct 17
Reply by meee

Faustman Lab Research Interest

Faustman Lab is seeking patients who: are over 18 years old have had type 1 diabetes for less than 20 years   If you are interested and f…

Started by Emily Coles

0 Sep 23

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 Jul 20
Reply by yank

Safety and Efficacy Study of Mini-Dose Glucagon (G-Pen Mini) in Patients With Type 1 Diabetes

This study will evaluate the usefulness of a mini-glucagon dose for treatment of low blood sugar.  They are looking for individuals 18-50 y…

Started by Emily Coles

4 May 24
Reply by Jen

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

CGM trials?

Is there any continuous glucose meter manufacturer out there, that offers a free trial on their unit? For like a week or so? I'm using str…

Started by mpfuchs

5 Jan 3, 2013
Reply by Hannah Hamlin

Infographic of the Medtronic Star 3 Clinical Trial

I like that trials like this one pave the way to validate the use of diabetes technology to help with diabetes management. Now we only need…

Started by Manny Hernandez

1 Jul 30, 2011
Reply by acidrock23

NUMEROUS ISLET TRANSPLANTATION TRIALS UNDERWAY AND ACTIVELY SEEKING PATIENTS @ UCSF

PEOPLE WITH TYPE I DIABETES: AGE 18 AND OLDER (ISLET CELL TRANSPLANTATION USING BELATACEPT) Study Name: Prevention of Autoimmune Destructi…

Started by Manny Hernandez

3 Jul 12, 2009
Reply by Erik Weitzel

JDRF Funded Clinical Trial Demonstrates Continuous Glucose Monitoring Improves Blood Sugar Control

We received this VERY IMPORTANT press release from JDRF yesterday. Study Findings Presented at the European Association for the Study of…

Started by Manny Hernandez

6 May 26, 2009
Reply by Justin Berry

Arthritis Drug Helps Diabetes

Just saw this on my local news and wanted to share with all of you. Might be something good for us Type 2's. BOSTON (Ivanhoe Newswire) --…

Started by Big Al

5 Sep 28, 2008
Reply by Nancy

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