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  1. From diabetes education and prevention all the way to sporting excellence – Italy’s BCD Campaign

    Great strides have been made in our collective understanding of the benefits of well-managed diabetes and controlled blood glucose, and the key role in these that is played by physical activity. Yet slow progress has been made translating this knowledge i ...

    Lorenzo.Piemonte - 12/02/2011 - 15:24 - Volume 56 | Special Issue 2 - Massimo Massi-Benedetti

  2. From victim to protector – what the brain does with hypoglycaemia

    The human brain depends on glucose to fuel all its functions. Although the brain can use other metabolic substrates, and babies’ brains do, glucose is its  normal energy source. As the brain stores very little glucose, its proper function depends on a rel ...

    Lorenzo.Piemonte - 12/02/2011 - 15:58 - Volume 56 | Special Issue 2 - Stephanie A Amiel

  3. All that glitters is not gold- why we need better trials and reporting

    In an age of increasing global information overload, it is becoming progressively more difficult to discern real health and safety signals, or potentially beneficial possibilities, from background noise. The explosion in exploratory analyses of emerging l ...

    Lorenzo.Piemonte - 12/02/2011 - 16:09 - Volume 56 | Special Issue 2

  4. CDS facing down challenges to improved care for type 1 diabetes

    China is experiencing an increase in the number of people with type 1 diabetes. New cases as well as improved life expectancy among people with established diabetes are behind the rising prevalence. The incidence of type 1 diabetes among children has been ...

    Lorenzo.Piemonte - 12/20/2011 - 10:25 - Volume 56 | Special Issue 2 - Linong Ji

  5. Type 1 diabetes: quo vadis?

    In this special issue of Diabetes Voice, there is a focus on type 1 diabetes. In tackling the world pandemic of diabetes, and the critical importance of making societal change to arrest the staggering rise in the prevalence of type 2 diabetes, it is easy ...

    Lorenzo.Piemonte - 12/02/2011 - 17:29 - Volume 56 | Special Issue 2 - Professor Sir Geroge M M Alberti

  6. In the race for a glittering prize – Team Type 1 hits the road

    Many people are shocked when I say that my diabetes is a gift – or that I would not take a cure if it were offered to me. But that is the truth. Diabetes is my life; I would not trade it for the world. Because of diabetes, I am healthier today than I woul ...

    Lorenzo.Piemonte - 06/03/2012 - 21:55 - Volume 56 | Special Issue 2 - Phil Southerland

  7. Breakthrough – the story of Elizabeth Hughes and the making of a medical miracle

    the book’s proceeds is going to IDF ’s Life for a Child Programme.The authors tell us more. Volume 56 ...

    Lorenzo.Piemonte - 06/03/2012 - 21:56 - Volume 56 | Special Issue 2 - Arthur Ainsberg

  8. Epilepsy in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes

    The authors of this article look at some of the links between epilepsy and type 1diabetes and report ...

    Lorenzo.Piemonte - 06/03/2012 - 21:56 - Volume 56 | Special Issue 2 - Edith Schober Reinhard Holl

  9. Back to the future: investigating new treatments for type 1 diabetes using old inexpensive drugs

    "Great disappointments in medicine frequently give rise to great innovation – so the saying goes – but who expected a 20-year detour?" Denise Faustman and her team were disappointed by their findings from human islet cell transplantation trials ...

    Lorenzo.Piemonte - 06/03/2012 - 21:56 - Volume 56 | Special Issue 2 - Denise Faustman Miriam Davis

  10. Making progress with immune therapies for type 1 diabetes

    Thirty-five years on from the demonstration that type 1 diabetes has an autoimmune basis, we have learned an enormous amount about the disease. We know its genetic basis (immune genes), its pathological basis (immune cells) and we would expect to be conve ...

    Lorenzo.Piemonte - 06/03/2012 - 21:57 - Volume 56 | Special Issue 2 - Mark Peakman

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