Research: Causes and Prevention from 2005
- Participating in the SEARCH study, I was positive for GAD antibodies. Am I at risk for type 1 or not? Can you help me understand this? (2 Nov 2005)
- My daughter's GAD and IAA test results from the TrialNet study were above normal. Does this increase her risk of developing diabetes? (29 Oct 2005)
- Our eight year old recently had an elevated blood sugar and positive GAD-65 antibodies, but no other symptoms. How can we delay the onset of diabetes? (5 Oct 2005)
- I believe my diabetes was caused by the Accutane I took about 18 months earlier. Has there been any research done on this? (8 Sep 2005)
- Are there clinical trial options geared toward prolonging the onset of type 1 in a child who has an elevated GADA? (17 Jul 2005)
- Can surgery cause diabetes? My son didn't exhibit symptoms of diabetes until three weeks after a tonsillectomy. (16 Jun 2005)
- How strong is the data which indicates that waiting at least six months before introducing an infant to solid foods reduces the risk of type 1? (13 Apr 2005)
- I have type 1 and am worried about my young daughter getting it since she is at risk. How can I protect her from getting it? (24 Mar 2005)
- I read a doctor's testimony claiming diabetes in caused by vertebrae pinching the nerves that supply insulin to the pancreas. Is this true? (8 Feb 2005)
- My toddler had a fever a week before his diagnosis with type 1. Is it possible that a virus could have settled in or around his pancreas? (22 Jan 2005)
- Have you encountered any research to indicate that steroids, such as cortisone, could cause type 1 diabetes? (21 Jan 2005)
- Six years after taking Interferon Alfa, I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Could the Interferon have caused the diabetes? (19 Jan 2005)
- I have a child with diabetes and am pregnant again. Should I bank the cord blood? Are there any studies in which I should participate? (11 Jan 2005)
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