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Mixed Results in Islet Transplantation Study

For years, the transplantation of insulin-producing pancreatic islet cells has held promise as a potential cure for Type 1 diabetes. Now, a new study has shown that while transplantation can help recipients improve their blood glucose control, the transplanted cells tend to lose function progressively, requiring most recipients to resume insulin injections within two years. Read More “Mixed Results in Islet Transplantation Study”

Intro and a Little About Me

Well, where do I begin? I was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes on Christmas Day in 2003, at the age of 28. A little strange to be hit with Type 1 at that age, but what can you do? Just when I thought I’d won the genetic lottery, Santa Claus gave me diabetes. (Santa Claus is your mom and dad.) To deal with the diagnosis, I wrote a song called "Santa Claus Gave Me Diabetes." Read More “Intro and a Little About Me”

Insulin Pump

A small, battery-powered pump designed to deliver insulin into the user’s body 24 hours a day according to a preset program. An insulin pump, which is about the size of a beeper or pager, is composed of a reservoir for the insulin, a small battery, a… Read More “Insulin Pump”

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