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  • Re: Type 1 Diabetes Still Have Insulin-Producing Cells
    Al Gordon on 23 50 10 2013 10 15 In Reply to Re Type 1 Diabetes Still Have Insulin Producing Cells posted by Celsus Excellent summary of the sad state of diabetes research Follow Ups Post a Followup Name E

    Original URL path: http://islet.org/forum/messages/55718.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Another way of seeing it
    daily practice I refer of course to what is pretty much a version of what was used before there was insulin available for inyection reducing carbohydrate in the diet sufficiently to permit normal BG levels most of the time with very low doses of insulins Not an extremely popular approach but an effective one This practice won t eliminate the need for insulin injections for a person with DM1 as

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  • Re: Another way of seeing it
    inactivity and a short life of great suffering minimal energy and little achievement Type 1 patients were often confined to bed rest in special clinics where the sole goal of treatment was to avoid ketoacidosis Infections or unavoidable surgeries could be lethal When von Noorden a German diabetologist toured Dr Allen s famous clinic for type 1 diabetics in New York in the early 20th century he was so sickened by the walking skeletons he saw that he had to cut short his visit It is interesting to look at early magazine ads for insulin in the 1920s which routinely adopted the line that it was worth paying the large sums of money to obtain more insulin because the added energy from the insulin and the additional calories it made possible would permit the patient to work more and earn more additional money than the extra insulin would cost Adequate amounts of insulin seem to be an advantage that we would not want to surrender If that step were considered necessary now as we approach the hundredth anniversary of the discovery of insulin it would be a shocking confession of failure Michael Bliss The Discovery of Insulin Toronto University of

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  • Being blind to current treatment realities/opportunities...
    this topic on the Forum That post suggests that normal BG levels A1c of less than about 5 3 are today possible precisely because we have functional insulins available for use in physiologic or industrial doses as may be one s preference or habit which those of us with DM1 can require in smaller doses the smaller the dose of CHO eaten We are no longer in the pre insulin

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  • Re: Being blind to current treatment realities/opportunities...
    01 26 In Reply to Being blind to current treatment realities opportunities posted by Dr Stan DeLoach I would be happy to debate Dr De Loach about this or any other topic if he would only come to Monterey Follow

    Original URL path: http://islet.org/forum/messages/56149.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • longest honeymoon length?
    units for 160 pound 6 tall boy I make him take a humulog shot for meals over 120 carbs 8 10 units once a day athletic boy i give him 2000 MG vitamin D daily Any idea how long the honeymoon can last and is it dramatic or gradual change He hardly ever has a high number and ne never wakes up over 120 Follow Ups Re longest honeymoon length

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  • Re: longest honeymoon length?
    In Reply to longest honeymoon length posted by tom cramer Since you are supplementing Effect of GABA Supplementation in the Progression of Type 1 Diabetes in Children http clinicaltrials gov show NCT01561508 Can be purchased for 15 Follow Ups Post

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  • Re: longest honeymoon length?
    than 0 5 U kg day and HbA1c less or equal to 6 The later one get diabetes the longer the honeymoon period tend to last E g newly diagnosed teens and young adults tend to have longer honeymoon periods than younger children being diagnosed Also the level of good and stable bg influences the honeymoon duration Personally I was diagnosed at 10yo The honeymoon lasted around 12 months and

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