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TweetIn June 2014, the American Diabetes Association issued a new position statement for Type 1 diabetes care. Dr. Jane Chiang speaks with me about the new position statement and what it means for the promising prognosis of Type 1 diabetes … Continue reading
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TweetDiabetes can be overwhelming. Your medical team guides you on the clinical treatment of diabetes but the emotional support is paramount to the success of diabetes management. Having lived with diabetes since 1985, I can offer support to condition your way of thinking … Continue reading
TweetThe 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 … Continue reading
TweetThe Mimined 530G with Enlite is the first insulin pump system in the US that offers superior glucose control by integrating a continuous glucose monitor that it is designed to stop delivering insulin when the sensor glucose drops to a … Continue reading
TweetSteve Richert has been living with Type 1 diabetes since he was 16 years old. Steve is also an active climber and determined to help other people with diabetes embrace the challenge by finding strength and self-reliance in themselves. For … Continue reading
TweetChronic wounds are among the leading cause of lower limb amputations in people with diabetes. We speak with Dr. Yue Shen, Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics Umea University, to tell us about his doctoral thesis on “Plasminogen: a novel … Continue reading
TweetA body without diabetes regulates blood glucose by sensing the concentration of glucose and releasing insulin, accordingly. A glucose-sensing gel is being developed in an MIT lab. We are joined by Professor Daniel Anderson PhD to tell us about an … Continue reading