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AUGUST 5, 2013 [Euglycemia, Organization] A GOOD Day!
I just wanted to show you proof of how "organized" I can be. A day-in-the-life of some hard earned euglycemia. "Does he have some Gatorade that he keeps with him?" Hockey camp coach to me.this morning. in response to my informing him that Joe has type 1 diabetes. Ah.well yeah.". ?.
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| | SCOTT'S WEB LOG
JANUARY 13, 2010 [Euglycemia, Organization] Commentary on the JDRF "Artificial Pancreas" Announcement
That project aims to reduce the significant manual effort required of patients and their caregivers in today's intensive insulin therapy protocols, and hopefully expand the amount of time patients spend in the target glucose range (euglycemia) doctors recommend to maintain optimal health. In fact, the Islets constitute less than 1% of the total organ mass, even if that 1% represents a critical piece of the total.
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SCOTT'S WEB LOG [Euglycemia, Organization] Summary of Diabetes Research Institute's 6th Annual Research Update ("Roadmap to a Cure")
| TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2006
The general consensus among the entire research panel was that a "cure" will almost assuredly require a combination therapy, with one treatment to address the issue of autoimmune response, and another to restore euglycemia
since a majority of patients with type 1 diabetes (even those with positive C peptide levels) do not have sufficient beta cell mass necessary to restore the patient to insulin independence. MORE >>