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Research: Other from 2006

  1. How many children in the U.S. have diabetes? What is the age distribution? (21 Dec 2006)
  2. Given the recent news about neonatal diabetes, should I have my son, diagnosed at 23 months, tested? Would it be valuable to know if he has any remaining islet function? (5 Oct 2006)
  3. Are there any organizations that offer financial support for diabetics for their clinical trial treatment? (21 Sep 2006)
  4. I heard about a little girl with type 1 having a gene called Kir6.2 allowing her to take a sulfonylurea instead of insulin. Are there studies about this? (18 Sep 2006)
  5. Are there any clinical trials for newly diagnosed children? I live in New Jersey. (22 May 2006)
  6. Where can I find information on clinical trials? I want to participate in one. I am concerned about the cut-off age of 35 for most trials. (21 Mar 2006)
  7. Are there any companies close to making a transdermal patch for the delivery of insulin? (4 Mar 2006)
  8. After his diagnosis, I sent my infant's blood to the U.K. to see if he had a certain mutation. He did and no longer needs insulin. How well known is this study? (31 Jan 2006)
  9. My daughter was recently diagnosed. What are your thoughts on the newest techniques to make this easier? Do you have a general idea of when there will be a cure? (23 Jan 2006)

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