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Study provides preliminary evidence in favor of a new type 1 diabetes treatment

Nov. 29, 2023
Traditional management of type 1 diabetes has primarily involved replacing the missing insulin with injections which, though effective, can be expensive and burdensome.
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Diabetes linked to functional and structural brain changes through MRI

Aug. 17, 2023
Investigators also found that diabetes complications are linked to these changes in the brain.
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Weekly insulin found safe, effective for Type 2 diabetes

July 14, 2023
Phase 3 clinical trial led by UTSW researcher brings icodec injections one step closer to FDA approval.
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For type 2 diabetics who exercise, some approaches are better than others

July 11, 2023
Rutgers researchers conclude that the timing and type of workout is critical for optimal effects.
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FDA approves cellular therapy to treat patients with type 1 diabetes

June 29, 2023
The FDA granted approval of Lantidra to CellTrans Inc.
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1 in 3 adults with Type 2 diabetes may have undetected cardiovascular disease

June 15, 2023
Two heart disease-related biomarkers were elevated in one-third of adults with Type 2 diabetes, finds new study in the Journal of the American Heart Association.
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New Penn Medicine study uncovers key details of fat cells, advancing potential treatments for obesity, diabetes

June 14, 2023
Findings represent the first structural details of uncoupling protein 1 (UCP1), which allows fat tissue to burn off calories as heat.
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Artificial pancreas reduces disease management burden for people with diabetes

May 24, 2023
Intraperitoneal insulin delivery mimics the natural physiology of the pancreas.
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The role of point-of-care ketone testing in the hospital

Blood glucose testing in hospitals using point-of-care testing (POCT) devices has been a mainstay of glycemic control for decades, and the benefits of this are well documented...