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The Changing Protocols for Diabetes Type 1

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NEED TO KNOW INFO ABOUT DIABETES - SERIES:
Exiciting New Changes for Type 1 Diabetes Protocols

In this third episode in the popular series on Diabetes Bobbie looks at the changing face of Type 1 Diabetes, and what you can do to be aware of your susceptibility to it, your ability to prevent it as far as possible, and the management of it once it has reached the need for medical treatment. 

In this interesting program you'll learn leading edge information on what we now know about Type 1 Diabetes as an autoimmune disease and how it is induced by a combination of genetic susceptibility, a diabetic trigger, which can include viruses, environment and diet, as well as exposure to a driving antigen. 

Since Type 1 Diabetes is frequently  diagnosed in childhood, one of the important considerations of treating it is that is allows for normal growth and development.  The good news is that Medical Science has discovered new hormone pathways, new vaccines, new testing procedures for diabetes related antibodies, even new diagnostic methods for detecting and treating pregestional diabetes of pregnant moms and their unborn fetuses.

With approximately 1 in 800 people in the USA  currently dealing with Type 1 Diabetes and that rate dramatically escalating by 30,000 new cases every year (source NIAID), you'll not want to miss this show.

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