The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology journal is pleased to announce that the following series of papers on depression and diabetes will be published on Monday, May 18, to coincide with the 2015 Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association. The series is accompanied by another series of papers on Diabetes and psychotic disorders, available in the latest issue of The Lancet Psychiatry.
The MOU was established as an initial step for finalizing a joint venture between CureCell and Orgenesis in order to develop and bring to market Orgenesis' Autologous Insulin Producing cell therapy product development activity in Korea.
An example of Cards for Humanity, T1D edition. #makehealth A photo posted by Kerri Sparling (@sixuntilme) on Apr 1, 2015 at 6:00am PDT This is the card one person at the meeting pulled. When their alarm went off, they got up out of their seat and dropped to the floor. Immediately, someone else sprang into [...]
Ellen H Ullman, MSW's insight:
This is brilliant - cards to have conversation about diabetes. Free to download. Don't miss this opportunity.
In spite of intense research, over the past 2-3 decades, targeted to validating methods for the cure of T1D, based on cell substitution therapy in the place of exogenously administered insulin injections, achievement of the final goal continues to remain ...
In type 1 diabetic patients, who have lost their ability to produce insulin, transplantation of pancreatic islet cells can normalize metabolic control in a manner that is not achievable with exogenous insulin. To be successful, this procedure has to address the problems caused by the immune and autoimmune responses to the graft. Islet encapsulation using various techniques and materials has been and is being extensively explored as a possible approach. Within this framework, it is of considerable interest to characterize the effect encapsulation has on the insulin response of pancreatic islets.
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