AskNadia: Why You Cannot Reverse or Cure Diabetes With a Supplement

Dear Nadia, I sell a supplement that reverses and cures diabetes. It controls high blood sugars. I think your readers will benefit from using my product. Jennifer, Dear Jennifer: There are many companies like yours who promise to cure diabetes with their product. The reality is, at this juncture in science and research; you can not cure diabetes. I find it questionable when companies or

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Diabetes Health Type 1: How Do You Feel About All Those “Cure” Articles?

  I read a lot of diabetes articles. I can’t get enough of them. While surfing the diabetes websites, I come across lots of articles that mention cures that are in the works for diabetes, especially Type 1. While some articles are completely false and promising to cure us by some odd food or medication, there are many that revolve around research and actual medical

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Diabetes Health Type 1: I am Like you Meagan When It Comes to The Cure

This guest post is by Mick, a diabeteshealth.com follower who is responding to How Do You Feel About All Those “Cures”, an article Meagan Esler wrote. Meagan, I’ve also been a type 1 diabetic for a number of years (36+ now) and well remember being told in about 1982-83 that a cure was “just around the corner”. Like yourself, I’m still waiting. (At that time

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Researching the Cure Beyond The Mouse

For most of us with diabetes, diabetes cure research can feel like it’s moving at a glacial pace. If you’re a mouse, it’s probably pretty exciting, considering researchers are discovering new ways to cure you almost every day. But what progress is being made in curing this disease? Is anyone moving beyond the lab rats and into people living with diabetes? The good news is

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Embryonic Cloning Takes Step Toward Treating Diabetes

For more than 100 years, scientists have been exploring the possibilities of cloning, which led to the birth of Dolly the sheep in 1996 along with a wealth of other developments in the treatment of disease, including the recent embryonic cloning of a woman with diabetes. Scientists at the New York Stem Cell Foundation (NYSCF) were able to create an embryonic clone of the 32-year-old

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