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File this news under "potential breakthrough you didn't see coming." Researchers have tried--and seem to have succeeded--in slowing the destruction of beta cells by treating recently diagnosed people with type 1 diabetes with alefacept, a drug usually prescribed to treat psoriasis, a disorder that leaves skin red and itchy.
0 comments - Dec 8, 2013 -
For people with type 1 diabetes who follow medical research, development of a closed-loop, "artificial pancreas" has always been the Holy Grail. Such a system would combine an insulin pump with a continuous glucose monitor to provide constant control of blood glucose levels. But what if such a system was only a start? What if it might work better when combined with another therapy altogether?
0 comments - Dec 5, 2013 -
Do thyroid levels affect how people are able to control their diabetes?
0 comments - Dec 3, 2013 -
A recent study found that surgery may not always be the best course of action to treat people with diabetes who have foot osteomyelitis.
0 comments - Dec 1, 2013 -
Researchers at North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have are looking at nanoparticles and ultrasound as a way to do away with the need for daily injections of insulin via syringes and needles.
3 comments - Nov 24, 2013 -
"Top 100 Selling Drugs Through September," an article in the October 31 issue of Medscape (sourced from IMS Health), shows that while eight diabetes medications are in the nation's top 100 best-selling drugs, none are in the top 10.
0 comments - Nov 17, 2013 -
A new drug being developed by Eli Lilly Co. that duplicates the effects of a hormone may soon be added to the growing arsenal of pharmaceutical weapons available to treat type 2 diabetes.
0 comments - Nov 16, 2013 -
A new study shows that a majority of people taking drugs to treat type 2 diabetes stop taking their medications within six months, while almost all of them stop taking them within a year.
2 comments - Nov 7, 2013 -
It's always fun to get a different take on things. You sit for years a few rows up from first base and then one day you decide to go sit out by left field. Who knew the game could look so different?
1 comment - Nov 3, 2013 -
When it comes to the treatment of type 2 diabetes, metformin may be a safer choice than sulfonylureas, according to the results of a new study.
0 comments - Nov 2, 2013 -
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