Stimulated Insulin Secretion in T1D

stimulating_insulinThe common belief of people with Type 1 diabetes is that they cannot produce insulin. Based on the findings in a study out of University of Exeter Medical School, 75% of people with T1D can stimulate insulin production. We speak with Dr. Richard Oram, lead investigator in this thought-provoking study about his findings and what this could mean for our understanding of T1D. 

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