Research: Other from 2006
- How many children in the U.S. have diabetes? What is the age distribution? (21 Dec 2006)
- Given the recent news about neonatal diabetes, should I have my son, diagnosed at 23 months, tested? Would it be valuable to know if he has any remaining islet function? (5 Oct 2006)
- Are there any organizations that offer financial support for diabetics for their clinical trial treatment? (21 Sep 2006)
- I heard about a little girl with type 1 having a gene called Kir6.2 allowing her to take a sulfonylurea instead of insulin. Are there studies about this? (18 Sep 2006)
- Are there any clinical trials for newly diagnosed children? I live in New Jersey. (22 May 2006)
- Where can I find information on clinical trials? I want to participate in one. I am concerned about the cut-off age of 35 for most trials. (21 Mar 2006)
- Are there any companies close to making a transdermal patch for the delivery of insulin? (4 Mar 2006)
- After his diagnosis, I sent my infant's blood to the U.K. to see if he had a certain mutation. He did and no longer needs insulin. How well known is this study? (31 Jan 2006)
- My daughter was recently diagnosed. What are your thoughts on the newest techniques to make this easier? Do you have a general idea of when there will be a cure? (23 Jan 2006)
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