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... Phase II”. Especially relevant is your statement that the FDA limited Phase I to 2 doses of BCG instead what was requested by the Faustman Lab, which was 6. Many people still think the FDA simply approves ...

FDA - The SOLE reason we don't have a cure by now!

... ld have power over this enemy... Maybe diabetics of all types from all over the world should unite and go on a strike of some sort. That's the only thing I can think of. Or I personally don't see a cur ...

The FDA and You - Up Close and Personal

... The revolving employment door between pharma and the FDA is explained by there being a shortage of experts in that field.  Whether they work for Pharma or the FDA, you would think their mandate ...

Newsletter # 6 WAITING FOR FDA APPROVAL

... been proven SAFE.  Because of this safety record, you’d think in Phase 1, that BCG could have been administered more often than twice, 4 weeks apart, and with a higher dosage than 0.1 ml of ...

Occupy Corporatism and diabetes type 1

...  The captions on the JDRFwebsite include "Dedicated to Finding a Cure" and "Improving Lives, Curing Diabetes Type 1" This is what the public thinks they are donating for. Perhaps ...

Economic Benefits of Curing Diabetes type1

... In one diabetes blog one man said he lost count of how many times he was rushed to hospital for lows.  How much do you think the total bill was for each of those ambulance trips to the hospital?  ...

I haven't a clue how I stumbled onto you

... "TREAT the disease, but don't even THINK about curing it" motivation...but have never understood (barring lobbyist influence) why the govt and private organizations who should be first in ...

Multiple Sclerosis MS and Diabetes Type 1

... the one hand, MS restricts physical movement because of muscular atrophy. It prevents normal walking, self-care tasks, swallowing, thinking, and sometimes staying alive, in various degrees. On the other ...