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    Eli Lilly Dives Into Islet Cell Encapsulation and Diabetes Cure Research

    Research

    Big insulin maker Eli Lilly is stepping into islet cell encapsulation, marking its first foray into a type of research that could bring about a new era of treating and potentially curing type 1 diabetes. In early April, the Indianapolis-based Pha...

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    Paying Tribute to Women in Diabetes History (!)

    Life with Diabetes

    Hopefully you're all aware that March is Women's History Month, so of course we thought to highlight some of the influential women who've made an indelible impact on our Diabetes Community.Our list below reflects on decades past as well as women ...

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    This Is Your Brain on Diabetes

    Life with Diabetes

    The brain is a mysterious thing. And when diabetes is thrown into the mix, there's even more mystery. At Yale University, researchers have recently uncovered some answers to a brain-related question for those in the Diabetes Community: Why don't ...

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    Ask D'Mine: Research Mice and a Diabetes 'Cure'

    Life with Diabetes

    Happy Saturday! Welcome to Ask D'Mine, our weekly advice column hosted by veteran type 1 and diabetes author Wil Dubois in New Mexico, who happens to have experience as a clinical diabetes specialist. This week, Wil looks at diabetes research and ...

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    'Is My Insulin Bad?' Controversial New Study Explores

    Research

    "Is my insulin bad?"I've asked this question so many times over my 34 years with type 1 diabetes -- when I notice no matter how much I dose, it isn't lowering my blood sugars and it feels like I'm just injecting water.Sometimes I had kept my insu...

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    Implanting a 'Spider's Web' Thread to Cure Diabetes?

    Research

    Of all the inspirations for ideas to cure diabetes, a spider's web seems least likely. But in fact, something with that type of structure could be just the ticket to a biological cure.So say researchers at Cornell University, working on what some ...

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    Diabetes Advocacy Orgs: 2017 Achievements & 2018 Plans! (Part 2)

    Advocacy

    Ever wonder what kind of impact the leading diabetes advocacy organizations are really having? So do we.  That's why it's a tradition here at the 'Mine at the start of each new year to ask a group of the most influential U.S. diabetes nonprofits p...

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    Digging Into the Fall 2017 DiabetesMine D-Data ExChange

    Research

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    What Helps Patients Most in 2017: DiabetesMine Patient Voices Survey Results

    Advocacy

    We are at Stanford School of Medicine today hosting the 2017 DiabetesMine Innovation Summit (#dbminesummit17) -– our seventh annual meeting of thought leaders delving into novel ways to improve life with diabetes. As some of you may know, this ev...

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    Could Gene Editing Be Used to Cure Diabetes?

    Research

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    Hello, Research! New Science from the ADA SciSessions 2017

    Research

    As you all know, we were in San Diego attending the ADA's 77th annual Scientific Sessions last week, and already reported on new technology we observed. At the heart of this gathering is of course the science -– loads of new studies completed arou...

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    A Sneak Peek at the ADA's 77th Scientific Sessions

    Advocacy

    We're just days away from the biggest annual event in the diabetes world, the American Diabetes Association's Scientific Sessions, showcasing the latest in research, technology and treatment methods.Our DiabetesMine team will be flying to San Dieg...

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    Ask D'Mine: Hello Again, On Mice and Men with Diabetes

    Life with Diabetes

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    What Twins Can Tell Us About the Causes of Diabetes

    Life with Diabetes

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    Meet the New Chief Science Guy at the American Diabetes Association

    Research

    With the respected Dr. Robert Ratner stepping down at the end of last year, there's now a new mind in town leading the American Diabetes Association's national science and research efforts. That new leader would be Dr. William T. Cefalu from Lo...

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    Implanted Islets: From the POV of a Longtime Type 1

    Research

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    DiabetesSisters Recruiting Voices to Help Improve Research

    Advocacy

    While we're on a roll updating you all about the activities of various advocacy orgs, here's another one we're excited about: the national women's diabetes group DiabetesSisters is launching a new project to open a direct line of communication bet...

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    Saying Goodbye to D-Dad and Advocate Alan Thicke

    Advocacy

    We lost an icon this week in Alan Thicke. He's the Canadian actor best known for playing iconic TV dad Dr. Jason Seaver on the '80s sitcom "Growing Pains." And hearing of his death seems like a punch to the gut for an entire generation (myself in...

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