Diabetes: Taming Type One Series
PHILADELPHIA. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- People with type I diabetes may develop complications from long-term use of insulin and develop hypoglycemia, or severe low blood sugar. Now researchers have developed a therapy that may help protect type I diabetics from this life-threatening condition.
SAN DIEGO. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Three-million Americans have type I diabetes, a disease where the immune system stops the pancreas from making insulin. Patients rely on daily blood sugar checks and insulin injections to survive. But now, there’s hope on the horizon. Researchers are conducting the first study to look at embryonic stem cells for type-one diabetes.
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Imagine how tough it is for new parents to find out their baby has Submitdiabetes and then have to learn as they go how to regulate blood sugar and dose insulin. A mistake could bring coma or death. But now, a researcher in Utah’s “smart” insulin could someday eliminate guesswork and more.
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