Dr. Faustman at Mass. General Hospital has made amazing progress on a cure for Type 1 diabetes. A cause more worthy of contributions than the ADA (who does not support Dr. F's work on finding a cure.…

Dr. Faustman at Mass. General Hospital has made amazing progress on a cure for Type 1 diabetes. A cause more worthy of contributions than the ADA (who does not support Dr. F's work on finding a cure...it would put them out of business!)

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Comment by Don on June 26, 2011 at 2:36pm
It is promising and I've been watching this for several years now. I've never understood the exact nature of the "feud" between Dr. F and the ADA and how much of their disagreement is truly about the science and how much is just politics and personalities.
If Dr. F's idea doesn't pan out, I will still consider the effort worthwhile as a contribution to science.
Comment by Billie Manning on June 28, 2011 at 5:22am
I would like to hear more !
Comment by etta amy on June 28, 2011 at 9:43am
Billie, you can find out more here

http://faustmanlab.org/support/support.html
Comment by Billie Manning on June 29, 2011 at 7:10am
Thanks Etta, I signed up for their e-mail list. By the way according to my calender this evening is Dr. Bernstein's "on the web night". Check his web sight for your time zone.

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