Genetic diabetes patients can live without insulin injection

Dundee University researchers have found that in case of the genetic diabetes patients, sulphonylurea tablets, can remove the need for insulin injections. They have found it , while treating a 33 year old diabetes patient. She has developed diabetes around 12 weeks after her birth.

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Frequent Self-Monitoring of Blood Sugar Highly Effective in Diabetes Care (Type 1 & 2)

Frequent self-monitoring of blood glucose (SMBG) can be effective in both type 1 and type 2 diabetes–reveals a collection of studies published in the Special Supplment to the June 2008 issue of Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics in Washington. Also the study finds that the subsequent alteration of their treatment regimens may help them attain improved glucose control.

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