International Research

2013 Research

  • Ultrasound, Nanoparticles May Help Diabetics Avoid injections
    A new nanotechnology-based technique for regulating blood sugar in diabetics may give patients the ability to release insulin painlessly using a small ultrasound device, allowing them to go days between injections – rather than using needles to give themselves multiple insulin injections each day. The technique was developed by researchers at North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  Click here to read more.
  • Improving success of islet transplantation - View Article
  • IDF launches Global Diabetes Scorecard - View Scorecard
  • Researchers find a new gene associated with obesity and diabetes - View Article
  • New understandings in insulin resistance and diabetes - View Article
  • A leap forward in the quest to develop an artificial pancreas! - View Article
  • Measuring glucose without needle pricks? - View Article
  • Most promising approach for a cure! - View Article
  • Artificial Pancreas trial a great success - View Article
  • Improving life for those who have regular hypo's from type 1 diabetes - View Article
  • National study looks at diabetes related distress - View Article
  • World-first artificial pancreas - View Article
  • Scientists uncover potential treatment for painful nerve damage - View Article

2012 Research

  • Diabetes and vitamin D.  Is there a connection? - View Article
  • Type 1 diabetes: UK researchers trial vaccine - View Article

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