insulin-dependent diabetes

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Related to insulin-dependent diabetes: Juvenile diabetes mellitus, Diabetes mellitus type 1

insulin-dependent diabetes


insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus

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When placed within Sernova's prevascularized cell pouch, and protected locally from immune system attack, we believe that Sernova has the potential to provide a significant break-through in the quality of treatment for the millions of people suffering from insulin-dependent diabetes," said CEO Philip Toleikis.
Our study critically evaluates some of die potential pitfalls of using stem cells to treat insulin-dependent diabetes," said Pamela Itkin-Ansari, an adjunct assistant professor.
A spokesman for the DVLA said it covered a wide range of conditions from deteriorating eyesight to insulin-dependent diabetes.
The company believes that its islet cell transplantation technology has the potential to dramatically improve the quality of life for people with insulin-dependent diabetes.
The Diamyd vaccine, which is based on the GAD protein, aims to prevent and treat insulin-dependent diabetes.
Kidney disease is a common complication of diabetes that occurs in nearly 30% of people with insulin-dependent diabetes in the United States.
The type of diabetes that was known as Type I, juvenile-onset diabetes, or insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) is now type 1 diabetes.
Just so: In this issue, New York City Ballet soloist Zippora Karz, who has lived with insulin-dependent diabetes for years (see pages 74-77), is an inspiration to all performers with certain physical challenges that may, in the past, have been viewed as roadblocks to success.
Researchers stress that the trial is for people who are at risk of developing insulin-dependent diabetes, not for patients who already are undergoing treatment for the disease.
Contrary to previous medical reports, diabetes researchers at the University of Florida have found no evidence that drinking cow's milk during infancy can trigger the onset of insulin-dependent diabetes later in life.
There are two major types of diabetes mellitus -- insulin-dependent diabetes (also known as Type I or juvenile-onset diabetes) and non-insulin-dependent diabetes (also known as Type II or maturity-onset diabetes).

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