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Research: Causes and Prevention from 2010

  1. How often do peoples' antibodies change from negative to positive? What is the risk of developing type 1 with a negative antibody test? (20 Oct 2010)
  2. My daughters are now the ages their brothers were when they were diagnosed. Negative for antibodies, so far, do they have a great risk of diabetes because both brothers have it? (15 Sep 2010)
  3. I have learned my son is developing type 1. Is there any type of intervention to prevent the full development of the disease, not necessarily involving a study? (8 Jul 2010)
  4. Although she tested negative for antibodies two years ago, my youngest daughter is now showing symptoms of diabetes, Can you test negative, but later be positive, for antibodies? (15 Jun 2010)
  5. My son has viral meningitis. Since there is a strong tie with enteroviruses and type 1, is there a way to be proactive to watch for any signs of an attack on his beta cells? (8 Jun 2010)
  6. Our 11-year-old was diagnosed with type 1 in January. Our 17-year-old was just diagnosed. What are the odds of such happening? Did our older son's Menactra vaccine contribute to his diagnosis? (13 May 2010)

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