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Lund is the fifth Distinguished Fellow from UAB named since 2019, a sign of the strength of immunology research at UAB.
These results add an additional, mechanistic aspect to further explain how the decades-old blood pressure medication verapamil can preserve beta cell function in Type 1 diabetes patients by affecting the hormone insulin-like growth factor 1.
Continuous glucose monitors can transform one’s diabetes treatment and care. A UAB diabetes expert explains what patients should know about the devices when evaluating their diabetes care plans.
The clinical trial focused on very young children, who have a more rapid loss of the pancreatic beta cells than do adolescents. The trial was constrained to a low-dose level, but showed safety and tolerability and reduced serum glucagon, a secondary outcome.
Many with diabetes might get overwhelmed or experience burnout. Follow these five self-care diabetes tips from the UAB Comprehensive Diabetes Center to show yourself some love this February.
Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness in American adults. The source of this damage may lie in the belly — mainly a leaky small intestine. A novel treatment can possibly prevent or reverse this damage.
Watching the portion and carb content of food and drinks can help prevent blood sugar spikes this New Year’s Eve.
This study will enroll patients to evaluate which combination of three proposed interventions — including health coaching, food delivery and remote patient monitoring — will help patients manage diabetes and also be sustainable for health systems to implement.
Donnie Bush, who has Type 1 diabetes, and his wife DeDee have endowed a legacy gift to the UAB Comprehensive Diabetes Center to promote cutting-edge diabetes research.
Eugenia Kharlampieva’s commitment to high-caliber diabetes and cancer research using polymer chemistry has earned her recognition as the 2022 Ireland Prize recipient.
Carbohydrates are directly linked to the development of Type 2 diabetes, but a higher-carb diet is underused in research models.
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