The researchers gathered information through health informatics and applied artificial intelligence (AI) to better understand the disease. In the study, they analyzed publicly available, real-world data from about 16,000 participants enrolled in the T1D Exchange Clinic Registry. By applying a contrast pattern mining algorithm, researchers were able to identify major differences in health outcomes among […]
100 years of insulin: How immunotherapy could be future of diabetes treatment This year is the 100th anniversary of the discovery of insulin. Before this discovery, diabetes was a fatal condition with a short lifespan for those with the condition. But in 1921, three scientists from the University of Toronto, Sir Frederick G Banting, Charles […]
Like most of us, 2020 hasn’t exactly gone to plan for IndyCar driver Charlie Kimball. Here in July, we should already be midway through the season. But the sport only waved the green flag in early June, starting a condensed 14-race season that wraps up—hopefully—in Florida in October. It promises to be hard work for […]
Dr George Gittes, Professor of Surgery at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh explains how and why he began working on the gene therapy licensed by Genprex (NASDAQ:GNPX). Dr Gittes says the therapy, currently undergoing pre-clinical studies, has shown data where it caused pancreatic cells to turn into insulin-producing cells. Watch it here –> ca.proactiveinvestors.com/
This does NOT include your CGM readings, these are for finger tests. What Affects Your Blood Sugar Test Readings? You Will Be Surprised! Since your doctor told you that you have diabetes, you’ve had to make a few changes. Among other things, you probably now must check your blood sugars using a meter. Monitoring your […]
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Rotavirus infection may play a role in the development of type 1 diabetes, according to a front matter article published October 10 in the open-access journal PLOS Pathogens by Leonard C. Harrison of the University of Melbourne in Australia, and colleagues. Rotavirus remains the major cause of infantile gastroenteritis worldwide, although the advent of vaccination […]
A revolutionary insulin pill may allow people with type 1 diabetes to avoid needing to take injections, according to researchers in the US. A specialist unit at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has developed a 3cm capsule which could carry similar levels of insulin as a standard injection. The results of the study suggest the […]
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A new study by Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health investigators has added new findings on the link between the presence of enteroviruses in children’s intestinal tracts and the onset of islet autoimmunity, which leads to type 1 diabetes. Nonpolio enteroviruses made the news in 2018 after 1 enterovirus was linked to an outbreak […]