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Whatever you guys do, don't do what I did

... n my upper arm under the skin, to test it, and then tested for C-peptides but didn't notice any difference. Then I did the huge injections and my blood sugar didn't improve, if anything it got worse f ...

Diabetes type 1 cure - Share it

... the danger of low blood sugars And free people to work with full attention It would allow people to work at jobs that fit their talents    Instead of sitting at home trying to ...

The FDA and You - Up Close and Personal

... for treating bladder cancer.  One of the first preliminary trials, which occurred in 1987, had 191 participants chosen from 428 volunteers.  Ref:   www.fda.gov/downloads/BiologicsBloodVaccines/Vaccines/ApprovedProducts/UCM163039.pdf ...

Newsletter # 6 WAITING FOR FDA APPROVAL

... They didn’t know the dosages at first, or that exercise/stress/etc., etc. affected blood sugars.  But they went ahead anyway.  We have those brave first patients to thank for how we know ...

Economic Benefits of Curing Diabetes type1

... were always good for basic scientific knowledge. But they didn’t seem to understand the unpredictability of our condition and how many variables effected blood sugars. Scientifically it makes perfect sense. ...

Faustman Research Phase 1 BCG abstract

...  placebo-controlled trial and compared them to subjects without diabetes (n=6). We measured blood samples for autoreactive T cells, TREG cells, GAD autoantibodies, and C-peptide, a marker of insulin secretion ...

Multiple Sclerosis MS and Diabetes Type 1

... or sugar in the body. Eating, sleeping, exercise, relaxation and even sadness or happiness can have an effect on the level of insulin or sugar in one’s bloodstream. Both are thought to be an over-reaction ...