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  • LCT Announces Change in Regulatory Strategy
    an improved formulation of DIABECELL which has the potential to be registered globally by 2018 As a consequence DOL will no longer use for registration purposes the Dia 12 Phase IIb study of the current DIABECELL formulation in Argentina titled An Open label Investigation of the Safety and Efficacy of DIABECELL Immunoprotected Alginate Encapsulated Porcine Islets for Xenotransplantation in Patients with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus DOL will consult with Argentinian

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  • Re: LCT Announces Change in Regulatory Strategy
    22 06 12 2013 08 29 In Reply to LCT Announces Change in Regulatory Strategy posted by JoeC Maybe it means they are refining the treatment to offer insulin independence by 2018 worldwide Would be nice wouldn t it I am sure Prof Elliott will chime in Follow Ups Re LCT Announces Change in Regulatory Strategy elliott 23 10 01 2013 08 29 0 Post a Followup Name E Mail

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  • Re: LCT Announces Change in Regulatory Strategy
    2013 08 29 In Reply to Re LCT Announces Change in Regulatory Strategy posted by Gary That is the aspiration Follow Ups Re LCT Announces Change in Regulatory Strategy SteveR 10 47 57 2013 08 30 0 Post a Followup

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  • Re: LCT Announces Change in Regulatory Strategy
    on 10 47 57 2013 08 30 In Reply to Re LCT Announces Change in Regulatory Strategy posted by elliott Thanks for all that you do we are behind you every day Follow Ups Post a Followup Name E Mail

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  • Contemplating overdose..
    window for fluctuations I have been forcing myself into hypoglycemic episodes regularly only to try and spare some severe suffering I ve recently went to a top endo in my area which also can t make any sense of how this is happening but it is It s not likely a transplant would even correct this which leaves me completely hopeless The only way to stop the suffering is to

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  • Re: Contemplating overdose..
    cortisone and probably others including growth factors cytokines and neurotrophins and the after effects of hypo and hyper glycemia as can be seen on brain scans Your problems seem to be similar to such endocrine warfare without the wild swings A prolonged period of maintaining a blood glucose in the middle of the normal range may help This can only be attained by glucose clamping This involves giving insulin and

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  • Re: Contemplating overdose..
    52 2013 08 30 In Reply to Re Contemplating overdose posted by elliott Can a poor controlled diabetic unaware of hypoglycaemia then end up in burn out as result when adrenalin and cortisons are getting depleted repeatedly from the body If so would expect that to be relevant and a huge benefit opportunity when promoting Diabecell to those unaware of hypoglycaemia Follow Ups Post a Followup Name E Mail Optional

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  • Re: Contemplating overdose..
    having secondary complications Back in 99 when I went on MDI and carb counting things improved drastically but I was still noticing many of the same symptoms I experienced before hand just less of the time and my numbers completely improved After a series of testing regularly for months on end I concluded that it was hard for me to still feel well with no symptoms unless I had very little fluctuation and kept the premeal sugar somewhere between 70 and 80 A few points above or below its likely I will have some bothersome symptoms more so elevated On occasion I have tested more elevated and felt rather OK but when I take insulin I actually feel worse until the sugar gets back into my ideal range On thing to mention also is whenever I go into severe low sugar the teens and have been assisted to much higher levels my body essentially still feels low and I am not near as bothered as a normal high Of course once I take insulin to get it down I get real grumpy Other then a few A1C tests over the last 15 years my average A1C s have been in

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