Rare Form of Diabetes Being Misdiagnosed as Type 2 Diabetes

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Patients diagnosed with type 2 diabetes may actually have a rare, genetic form of diabetes. This is because the two types share symptoms — and the result of this mistake is potentially harmful to the patient.

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Seaweed Capsules May Lead to Injection-Free Diabetic Living

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A microencapsulation method, developed by OIST researchers, offers hope to patients suffering from type 1 diabetes to return to a life free of insulin injections.

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Discovery of Pancreatic Cell Defect Could Lead to New Diabetes Treatment

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Researchers have found a cellular defect that can impair the body’s ability to handle high glucose levels, pointing the way to new treatments for diabetes.

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Breakthrough Will Help Stem Cell Researchers Develop New Type 1 Diabetes Therapies and More

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New understanding, say researchers, will help spur advancements in stem cell research and the development of new cell therapies for diseases of the liver and pancreas, such as type 1 diabetes. [Read more…]

Recovering T Regulatory Cells in Pancreas May Restore Insulin Production in Diabetics

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Study: Latinos More Vulnerable to Fatty Pancreas, Type 2 Diabetes

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Researchers Identify Mechanism in the Pancreas that Turns on Insulin Production

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Researchers Create Closed-Loop Artificial Pancreas

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