Who'd have thought that a diabetes drug pulled from the shelves because of harmful side effects would shrink lung-cancer tumors? Scientists at Salk Institute's new Helmsley Center for Genomic Medicine had that very idea, and it's panning out.
Researchers at Mount Sinai Hospital are launching a clinic study that could halt type-2 diabetes in its early stages and change the lives of millions of Canadians currently at high risk of developing the disease.
NEW YORK, Jan. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Salk Institute for Biological Studies has received a $42 million gift—the largest in the Institute's history—to establish the Helmsley Center for Genomic Medicine ...
A new study finds that there has been a systematic underestimation during the last several decades of the hazards of obesity and its contribution to avoidable and premature deaths from cardiovascular disease, cancer and other causes.
Join us in our efforts to support the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation!
In the upcoming CWD Friends for Life Conference in Glasgow (and perhaps beyond), some of our American (and UK) men have stated that they will wear proudly a Kilt; should there be enough money raised for research for a cure for diabetes. Some who have signed on are CWD Founder Jeff Hitchcock, CWD beloved Joe Solowiejczyk, CWD Diabetes Dad Tom Karlya, Dr. Bob Bulgarelli, UK's Ash Head, Dr. Korey K. Hood, Gary Scheiner MS, CDE, Scotland's own Martin Carr, and more will be added.....should the goal be reached; they will also dance.
This is a fun endeavor with serious money going to find a cure for diabetes at one of the finest research centers in teh world; the DIabetes Research Institute.
SO PLEASE GIVE GENEROUSLY AS OUR MEN TAKE TO DRESSING at our KILTS4ACURE.
Are you in?
Any questions---you can contact Tom Karlya at the DRI at 800.321.3437 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Researchers have conducted a trial comparing a dual-hormone artificial pancreas with conventional diabetes treatment using an insulin pump and showed improved glucose levels and lower risks of hypoglycemia.
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