Is type 1 diabetes reversible?

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“The future of people who have type 1 diabetes looks hopeful as a recently published study said that around one-third of people who suffer from the condition produce insulin, as measured by C-peptide, a byproduct of insulin creation. The research shows that it impacts people up to 40 years from their initial diagnosis, according to researchers from the consumer group T1D Exchange.

The research, which was touted as a groundbreaking large-scale study of the disease – which usually affects children, teens, and young adults – provides new insight into the accepted idea that people who are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes are unable to produce insulin. This could also have far-reaching implications for policies regarding the condition.”


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