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  What do you think about the artificial pancreas project?  
      I support the project and am happy to see research dollars invested in it  
  51%     89  
      I support the project but worry that it is taking resources away from a real cure  
  24%     42  
      I don't support the project because it's not a real cure  
  2%     4  
      I don't support the project because I don't think it will work  
  7%     13  
      I'm not sure  
  3%     5  
      I don't know enough about it  
  13%     23  

Total votes: 176
 

What do you think about the artificial pancreas project?

Poll dates: January 12 - 19, 2011
Total Votes: 176

On January 13, 2010, the JDRF announced a partnership with Animas Corporation to develop a closed-loop artificial pancreas -- a major advancement in the treatment of type 1 diabetes. We asked CWD readers what they thought about this announcement shortly thereafter (see poll from January 13, 2010).

It's been a year since that announcement, and we thought we'd ask again. Based on this unscientific poll, CWD families strongly support the artificial pancreas project. Just over half fully support it, and another 22% support it but worry that this project will take resources away from cure-related research, very similar to last year.

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