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Research: Causes and Prevention from 1996

  1. Six months prior to his diagnosis, he was taking large quantities of over the counter supplements. Could this have brought on diabetes? (30 Dec 96)
  2. I have a 15 year old son in the DPT-1 trials. Once he starts taking insulin will he ever be able to stop? (18 Dec 96)
  3. Is there any possibility of reversion? (14 Dec 96)
  4. I've read that stress, injury and viruses can lead to diabetes. What caused her to have diabetes? (14 Dec 96)
  5. My 4-year-old granddaughter has hypoglycemia. Is she is at high-risk for diabetes and is there anything that can be done to prevent it? (2 Dec 96)
  6. If our other children have "high risk" haplotypes, is there any evidence that their risk of diabetes would diminish if we moved south? (2 Dec 96)
  7. I have a 15 year old son that is participating in the DPT-1 trials. Once he starts taking insulin will he ever be able to stop? (2 Dec 96)
  8. We were told this condition is not inherited. Is this true? (2 Dec 96)
  9. Can you tell me how diabetes "transmits?" (27 Nov 96)
  10. Our endocrinologists have had a huge increase in the number of newly diagnosed patients they are treating. (7 Nov 96)
  11. I am wondering what diet has to do with causing, treating and even preventing diabetes? (28 Oct 96)
  12. My daughter drinks upwards of 28 to 30 ounces of milk a day. I am worried that I have put her at risk. (20 Sep 96)
  13. Is it possible that the MMR vaccine could be a trigger to the precipitation of the onset of diabetes? (20 Sep 96)
  14. Could you please explain to me what a rotovirus is, and it's relationship to the onset of Type 1 diabetes? (11 Sep 96)
  15. We were told that doctors now believe that this is caused by a virus that attacks the pancreas and kills the islet cells. (11 Sep 96)
  16. Can one induce the onset of diabetes by the intake of high amounts of sugar? (2 Sep 96)
  17. I have a 16 year old, with newly diagnosed diabetes. Is there any consensus yet on using immunotherapy for Type 1 Diabetes? (16 Aug 96)
  18. Are there preventative measures that I can take or is it a fact if I am going to inherit diabetes, there isn't much to do about it? (11 Aug 96)
  19. Is this any kind of indication that a child who craves sweets might develop diabetes? (22 Jul 96)
  20. We are thinking of having another child. Is there anything we can do to reduce the odds... (9 Jul 96)
  21. I read a previous question you answered about cow's milk contributing .... (29 May 96)
  22. How concerned should we be that our younger daughter is at risk...? (23 May 1996)
  23. I heard that late onset diabetes can be prevented by restricting calories and preventing weight gain. (16 Apr 96)
  24. Can diabetes be inherited? If so, what are the chances of our children developing diabetes? (15 Apr 96)
  25. How can we ... get more info on the [BCG] vaccine? (11 Apr 96)
  26. Is there any possibility that an operation (with total anaesthesia) will trigger diabetes? (15 Feb 96)
  27. Why don't doctors try to identify the virus that caused the disease in the first place (7 Feb 96)
  28. Have there been reports of a virus that can trigger diabetes (18 Jan 96)
  29. I have heard about the effect of dairy and the development of diabetes (12 Jan 96)

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