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  1. john
    john July 18, 2014 at 6:36 am | | Reply

    I think its great you were able to take advantage of a clinical trial and extend the honeymoon phase but for me most all clinical trials are closed. As a T1 for 32 years, i fall outside the trial parameters. I would only consider a trial that would modify my immune system or internal biology. Any technology based tirals (CGM, AP, and etc.) no thank you.

    After 32 years, I want something that is a true game changer in T1 managment, not another financially bloated treatment,

    It’s great to get involved, but the reality is most all of these trials are for the newly diagnosed and most have no idea what T1 diabetes is let alone how to get involved in trials.

  2. helpfindacure
    helpfindacure July 18, 2014 at 12:04 pm | | Reply

    check this out http://www.salk.edu/news/pressrelease_details.php?press_id=2037

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  4. sangamkr
    sangamkr September 2, 2014 at 11:19 pm | | Reply

    With the advancement of scientific research, like in the Treg study, you have mentioned for controlling Type1 Diabetes, the medical research is collecting stem cells of a new born for future use of leukemia. But these advanced treatment techniques are not handy to many countries. But from what I read here is a good step by you and I wish many can follow you to fight diabetes.

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