Skip to comments.Skin drug shows 'promising' results on type 1 diabetes
Posted on 09/22/2013 5:14:00 PM PDT by Innovative
A drug that was used to treat a skin disorder has shown signs of being able to treat aspects of type 1 diabetes.
A small trial on US patients suggests that alefacept helps the body produce its own insulin, which is key for people with type 1 diabetes.
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Boston Children’s Hospital is reported to have a cure for type 1. Is this the same?
“Boston Childrens Hospital is reported to have a cure for type 1. Is this the same?”
I am not familiar with the Boston Children’s Hospital approach to it.
This one doesn’t claim to be a cure, but it sure seems to go a long way towards it.
They don't have a cure, but they believe that they have identified the root cause of the disease.
Is this the same?
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