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RPI Hopes to Create a Vital Artificial Pancreas Component
Jul 9, 2011 | 
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in upstate New York is working on a new approach to blood sugar monitoring that could open the door to an artificial pancreas. The plan is to develop an automated monitoring system so sophisticated that it can take into account the often great differences in blood sugar levels and insulin sensitivity among people with type 1 diabetes.
Telemed Service Integrates Physician-Pharmacy-Patient Interactions
Jun 7, 2011 | 
The makers of "PhoneMyDoctor," a new telemedicine service, say it offers the ability integrate patient calls, doctor feedback, pharmacy ordering, and follow-up instructions into one documented record, using a medical practice's existing telephone equipment.
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A Miracle Technology for Type 1s: Can It Be Saved?
Apr 17, 2011 | 
What if there were a technology that could make people with type 1 diabetes feel absolutely wonderful, completely healthy, better than they ever realized was possible? And what if it were about to disappear? Well, there is such a technology, and it is in serious jeopardy. It's called the implantable insulin pump, currently made by Medtronic. This is the story of four people who have been using this device for 20 years, and their desperate crusade to keep it from disappearing forever.
Keep Your Children From Getting Diabetes: Dr. Nancy Bohannon Talks About Preventing Type 1 Diabetes
Nov 1, 1992 | 
Dr. Nancy Bohannon is actively involved in diabetes research and operates a full-time private practice in Internal Medicine, specializing in Diabetes and Endocrinology. Recently Dr. Bohannon spoke to Scott King via telephone from her office in San Francisco about current protocols available for predicting and preventing Type 1 diabetes.
History Of Diabetes: From Raw Quinces and Gruel to Insulin
Nov 1, 1992 | 
Nearly 5,000 years ago in India, the physician Susruta described a disease "brought on by gluttonous overindulgence in rice, flour, and sugar," in which urine is "like an elephant's in quantity."
Company Gives 100% of Profits to Support Diabetes Research.
Nov 1, 1992 | 
On June 1, 1992, the Diabetes Association of Greater Cleveland introduced their new and improved Instant Glucose. An advantage of purchasing their improved Instant Glucose is that 100% of the net profits go to support diabetes research.
New Medical Jewelry Holds a Lot of Information
Nov 1, 1992 | 
A new line of medical ID jewelry is currently being marketed that will allow easy access to the wearer's personal medical information. Inventor Audrey Eller has created a collection of lockets and bracelets that contain folded inserts disclosing medical information about the wearer. The folded insert can include information about personal physicians, allergies, special medications, blood types, and diabetes status.
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