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Research: Other from 2005

  1. I am a Canadian interested in having my son participate in a research study in Florida. Is there any help to cover travel costs in order to participate? (11 Nov 2005)
  2. My daughter's GAD and IAA test results from the TrialNet study were above normal. Does this increase her risk of developing diabetes? (29 Oct 2005)
  3. Can the usage of niacinamide help suppress of destruction of the beta cells in a newly diagnosed patient? (8 Aug 2005)
  4. Is there any research on insulin pumps happening in Canada using non-diabetic patients? (7 Aug 2005)
  5. What doctors are currently studying implantable pumps? What is the status of the trials conducted by a French doctor? (28 Jun 2005)
  6. I have a newly diagnosed six year old patient. Are there any studies that might prolong her honeymoon phase? (14 Jun 2005)
  7. Is it true that the body continuously makes beta cells, but in a person with type one, they are destroyed as fast as they are made? (27 Apr 2005)
  8. Is there any benefit to entering my newly diagnosed son in a study to try to prolong his honeymoon? (25 Mar 2005)
  9. Is there any research or current treatment different for type 1 diabetics who are producing insulin sporadically? (21 Mar 2005)

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