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Research: Other from 1996

  1. I read that the vitamin inositol is tried to reduce the symptoms of neuropathy. (18 Dec 96)
  2. Can you give us any information about amylin and about the clinical trials now underway with amylin? (28 Oct 96)
  3. As my 9 year old son was diagnosed last week, it would be appreciated if you could answer to following questions. (13 Oct 96)
  4. Could GLA be effective? Are there serious side effects to GLA? (20 Sep 96)
  5. Can lowering insulin units allow antibodies to build up and fight against insulin in the future? (20 Sep 96)
  6. 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)
  7. Could you please send me some information regarding studies and research on the herb stevia. (27 Jul 96)
  8. Where can I get information about international and national diabetes meetings? (27 Jul 96)
  9. Do you know of any trials where juvenile diabetics have been supplemented with folic acid? (27 Jul 96)
  10. I'd like information about the new study done in China showing effectiveness of chromium therapy. (20 Jun 96)
  11. 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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