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Amcyte… Clinical trials, news, and facts about cell therapy products for patients with Type 1 diabetes.
Boston Area Diabetes Endocrinology Research Center… A consortium of laboratory and clinical investigators whose efforts are directed toward addressing research questions bearing on the etiology, pathogenesis, treatment and cure of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
CDRM Project… Study on computer-assisted diabetes risk management conducts research to improve quality of diabetes care and explores the effects of Accu-Chek Mellibase, in primary care.
City of Hope: Beckman Research Institute… Advancing the care and treatment of diabetes and other endocrine-related disorders through clinical and basic science research and advanced training of specialists.
CureDM – Restoring Islets Reversing Diabetes… Biopharmaceutical company established to develop new therapies that may prevent, ameliorate, or reverse diabetes and allow for the discontinuation of insulin.
The Diabetes Center at Mercy… Provides diabetes research, new medications, and clinical trials.
Diabetes Clinical Trial Recruitment… Contains information on enlistment for new drugs and treatments, surgeries or medical procedures, and diagnostic and education methods.
Diabetes Genes… Aims to provide information for patients and professionals on research and clinical care in genetic types of diabetes.
Diabetes Institute for Immunology and Transplantation… University of Minnesota clinical trial registration for islet transplantation.
Diabetes Research Information Center… Beta Glucan shows promise in cholesterol reduction, infection prevention, and appears to reduce glucose and insulin levels.
Genetics of Kidneys in Diabetes Study… Conducted research to find out more about the role that genes play in causing kidney disease in people with Type 1 diabetes.
Human Islet Transplantation in Seattle (HITS)… Developing improved islet transplantation protocols as a definitive treatment of diabetes mellitus.
Insulin-Free World Foundation… A comprehensive source of information about the latest advances in research toward curing diabetes and treatments available today.
Lein Applied Diagnostics… Developing non-invasive glucose meters to allow people with diabetes to test their blood glucose levels.
Pacific Northwest Research Institute… PNRI conducts pioneering research into the prevention and cure of diabetes.
Prevention of Diabetic Complications… Research from Thornalley Lab, which studies several major harmful effects of diabetes and potential strategies for therapy.
Regenetech, Inc.… Studying adult stem cells to find a cure for Type 1 diabetes and other diseases.
SBDR – Society for Biomedical Diabetes Research… Objectives are to improve scientific requirements by providing an informational network, directory (DCOD) and promoting research.
TrialNet… Find clinical trials looking at the prevention and early treatment of Type 1 diabetes.
UK Diabetes Research Network (DRN)… The primary goal is to achieve benefits for people with this disease, or at risk of developing it; and to promote patient and public involvement.
Healing Matters… “Reversing diabetes is not only possible, it is likely if you are willing to put forth the effort. This website is about reversing diabetes. It’s about honest information; not about rampant industry promoting disinformation. It is about reversing a monstrous degenerative disease syndrome that shouldn’t even exist…”
The Whittier Institute for Diabetes… Based in San Diego, focuses on awareness, detection, education and research; and conducts clinical trials on an ongoing basis for people with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
Researchers discover link between insulin and Alzheimer’s… Discovery that insulin is produced in the brain raises possibility of type 3 diabetes.
BBC News: Study suggests ‘type 3 diabetes’… Research showing that the brain produces insulin as well as the pancreas points to a third type of diabetes.