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The Protégé Encore and Protégé studies have closed and are no longer enrolling patients.

What is the Protégé study?
The Protégé study will further evaluate the safety of teplizumab and test whether it will reduce or prevent the autoimmune attack that damages beta cells.

Who can join the Protégé study?
To be in the Protégé study, you must:

How do I get more information?
The Protégé Encore and Protégé studies have closed and are no longer enrolling patients.

February 19, 2008

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