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New Data on Islet Autoantibodies in Young Children Defines Early Type 1 Diabetes Development | JDRF: Improving Lives. Curing Type 1 Diabetes

from BBC News

'Giant leap' to type 1 diabetes cure

Great read! 'Giant leap' to type 1 diabetes cure By James Gallagher Health editor, BBC News/ The hunt for a cure for type 1 diabetes has recently taken a "tremendous step forward", scientists have said.

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from Mail Online

Is a CURE for Type 1 diabetes on the horizon? Scientists implant cell

Is a CURE for Type 1 diabetes on the horizon? Scientists implant cell/ me talking I have Seen this before, so don't get our Hopes up...

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Could a cure for type 1 diabetes be as close as your kitchen cupboard? Plenty of peer-reviewed and published research now indicates that plant compounds, including many found in common foods, are capable of stimulating beta cell regeneration within the pancreas, and as a result potentially providing a cure – truly a 4 letter word as far as the profit-based model of medicine goes. By Contributing Writer Sayer Ji

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Type 1 diabetes is usually diagnosed in children and young adults, and was previously known as juvenile diabetes. In type 1 diabetes, the body does not produce insulin.

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from The Huffington Post

Type 1 Diabetes Finally Explained

Type 1 Diabetes Finally Explained. A MUST READ ARTICLE FILLED WITH VALUABLE INFORMATION. *I do not live with my Grandson who is a Type 1 Diabetic, but I know from having heard most of the updates on my Grandson's condition, that what the author of this article says is very true: "The thing about living with Type 1 diabetes is it's unrelenting. ... I DON'T KNOW ANY OTHER ILLNESS WHERE SO MUCH WORK MUST BE DONE BY THE PATIENT ON A DAILY BASIS." Please pray with me for a cure.

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from ScienceDaily

Potential 'cure' for type 1 diabetes?

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from BBC News

'Giant leap' to type 1 diabetes cure

10 October 2014 - 'Giant leap' to Type 1 Diabetes cure | The hunt for a cure for type 1 diabetes has recently taken a "tremendous step forward", scientists have said. The disease is caused by the immune system destroying the cells that control blood sugar levels. A team at Harvard University used stem cells to produce hundreds of millions of the cells in the laboratory. Tests on mice showed the cells could treat the disease, which experts described as "potentially a major medical…