Research: Other from 1996
- I read that the vitamin inositol is tried to reduce the symptoms of neuropathy. (18 Dec 96)
- Can you give us any information about amylin and about the clinical trials now underway with amylin? (28 Oct 96)
- As my 9 year old son was diagnosed last week, it would be appreciated if you could answer to following questions. (13 Oct 96)
- Could GLA be effective? Are there serious side effects to GLA? (20 Sep 96)
- Can lowering insulin units allow antibodies to build up and fight against insulin in the future? (20 Sep 96)
- I am 16 and just got back medical test results and they showed beginning signs of nerve damage in my wrists and legs. (31 Jul 96)
- Could you please send me some information regarding studies and research on the herb stevia. (27 Jul 96)
- Where can I get information about international and national diabetes meetings? (27 Jul 96)
- Do you know of any trials where juvenile diabetics have been supplemented with folic acid? (27 Jul 96)
- I'd like information about the new study done in China showing effectiveness of chromium therapy. (20 Jun 96)
- I have heard about a sugar sensitive insulin being developed that works harder when glucose levels go up. (12 Jan 96)
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