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

... t. That means the amount given, how its given, and when it's given must all be taken into consideration. Even the nurses could make mistakes in the injection technique resulting in severe skin reaction ...

The FDA and You - Up Close and Personal

... or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as an editor of The ...

Newsletter # 6 WAITING FOR FDA APPROVAL

... insulin works today.  I’m sure these people testing BCG understand any risks, and will take them in order to benefit all humanity.               ...

Occupy Corporatism and diabetes type 1

... that have realized cures, or are near to realizing cures? Also, would the JDRF choose studies that would make them the most money? To clarify this, let’s take a look at a page from JDRF’s ...

Economic Benefits of Curing Diabetes type1

... influence our blood sugar, and gives us new ways of coping.   It helps us to, once again plan how much to eat, and how much insulin to take depending on whatever else we’re doing. This may sound ...

Multiple Sclerosis MS and Diabetes Type 1

... in her legs, there isn’t a problem. So it’s perplexing that clinical trials destined to take years are required before MS patients receive similar treatment. Behind the scenes, people with MS were communicating ...

Frequently Asked Questions

... from the implementation of a cure. The research is totally funded by the general public. The research is based on a generic drug How long will Dr. Faustman's phase II research take? It will b ...