Diabetes - The Future of Diabetes Treatment
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 Research into a Cure for DiabetesResearch into a Cure for Diabetes
 
Insulin treatment cannot perfectly replicate a healthy pancreas' physiologic function. This article will explore the research into a cure for diabetes.
 
   The Future of Diabetes TreatmentThe Future of Diabetes Treatment
 
Diabetes is a complex disease and subsequently requires a multifaceted approach to treatment. Read about the future of diabetes treatment here.
 
   Advancements in the Development of Oral Therapeutics for DiabetesAdvancements in the Development of Oral Therapeutics for Diabetes
 
There have been extensive efforts to develop alternative drug delivery strategies, particularly for peptides like insulin used to treat endocrine disorders, specifically diabetes.
 
 A major breakthrough toward new treatments for Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes
 
A major breakthrough toward new treatments for Type 1 and Type 2 diabetesA world-first study by Monash University, in Melbourne, Australia has discovered a pathway to the regeneration of insulin in pancreatic stem cells, a major breakthrough toward new therapies to treat Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
 
 
 UK study finds an increase in cardiovascular diseases and diabetes up to 12 months after COVID-19
 
UK study finds an increase in cardiovascular diseases and diabetes up to 12 months after COVID-19Researchers determined whether the incidence of new diabetes mellitus (DM) and cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) increases in a year among those recovering from COVID-19.
 
 
 Keto and Mediterranean diets are good for controlling blood glucose levels and aiding weight loss
 
Keto and Mediterranean diets are good for controlling blood glucose levels and aiding weight lossA low-carbohydrate diet is generally recommended for people who have Type 2 diabetes or who are at risk of developing the disease.
 
 
 Alternative therapy based on S100A9 protein improves metabolism of insulin-dependent diabetics
 
Alternative therapy based on S100A9 protein improves metabolism of insulin-dependent diabeticsPeople with a severe form of diabetes, where the beta cells of the pancreas do not produce or no longer produce enough insulin, have no choice but to inject themselves regularly with artificial insulin in order to survive.
 
 
 Higher insulin dose is positively linked with cancer incidence, study finds
 
Higher insulin dose is positively linked with cancer incidence, study findsDr. Yuanjie Mao has led a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Oncology looking at the correlation between daily insulin dose and cancer incidence (the number of new cases) among patients with type 1 diabetes, finding that higher insulin dose is positively associated with cancer incidence and that the association is stronger among those with insulin resistance.