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Who Said Bigger is Better?

It is not just insulin pumps that keep getting smaller and more intelligent.  Researchers have started to experiment with nanotherapeutics as a way to prevent and treat type 1 diabetes. Clinical trials for this technology may be years away, but … Continue reading

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Clinical Trial Compares Leading-Edge Treatments for Obesity and Diabetes

Recent studies suggest that bariatric surgery (which promotes weight loss by restricting the body’s ability to take in and process nutrients) may lead to impressive resolutions or even cures for many with type 2 diabetes. Continue reading

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TJMaxx Partners with Joslin Diabetes Center to Benefit the High Hopes Fund

We just received a reminder from the folks in the Joslin Diabetes Center Development Office. They’re the folks who work hard all year to raise the money needed to support Joslin’s work in diabetes research and clinical care. From January … Continue reading

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The Real Lessons from ACCORD

By Richard Jackson, MD Director of Medical Affairs Healthcare Services, and Strategic Initiatives Joslin Diabetes Center We keep hearing about the recently published ACCORD study, and how tight blood glucose control might not be that important — or even risky.  … Continue reading

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