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Finding of protein key to insulin production may help diabetes treatment
The discovery of a protein responsible for producing too much insulin, a condition that often leads to type 2 diabetes, may lead researchers to improved treatment.
Is the world heading for an insulin shortage?
It has been called the scourge of urban life. Poor lifestyle and obesity have led to a surge in type 2 diabetes, a condition that occurs when the body cannot produce enough insulin to regulate blood sugar levels.
Delivering insulin in a pill
Given the choice of taking a pill or injecting oneself with a needle, most of us would opt to regulate a chronic health condition by swallowing a pill. But for millions of people living with type 1 diabetes, a painful needle prick once or twice daily is the only option for delivering the insulin that their bodies cannot produce on their own.
60% of diabetics suffer from urologic diseases
By Sadeq Dehqan & Zahra A’rabi
Some type 1 diabetes patients still make some insulin
Almost half of people with type 1 diabetes are still producing some insulin more than a decade after being diagnosed with the disease.
Insulin-producing cells can survive in diabetes
A new study from Yale University has uncovered the way insulin-producing cells that are destroyed in type 1 diabetes can change and survive.
Pilots on insulin therapy can safely fly commercial planes
Commercial airline pilots on insulin therapy who keep their diabetes under tight control can perform their job without safety concerns, a new British study concludes.
Danish company to produce 'modern insulin' in Iran
A leading Danish pharmaceutical company signed a contract to produce 'modern insulin' in Iran.
Type 1 diabetics have sleeping insulin cells
Type 1 diabetics have been offered new hope after scientists discovered that many of their insulin-producing cells are not dead, only dormant.
World’s biggest insulin maker invests in Iran
Denmark’s Novo Nordisk is investing 70 million euros in Iran for the production of a new generation of insulin drugs, officials from the two countries say.
Insulin, a potential treatment for dementia
Researchers at the UW Medicine, Veteran's Administration Puget Sound and Saint Louis University, have made a promising discovery that insulin delivered high up in the nasal cavity goes to affected areas of brain with lasting results in improving memory.
Smart insulin patch for diabetics
Painful insulin injections could become a thing of the past for the millions of Americans who suffer from diabetes, thanks to a new invention from researchers at the University of North Carolina and NC State, who have created the first smart insulin patch that can detect increases in blood sugar levels and secrete doses of insulin into the bloodstream whenever needed.
Researchers getting closer to producing edible insulin
Iranian researchers at Tehran Medical Sciences University have investigated a nano drug system boosting insulin permeability from intestinal wall and lessens its destruction against enzymes.
Iranians develop edible insulin nano-drug
Iranian researchers have developed a nano-medicine that increases insulin permeability from intestinal wall and lessens its destruction by enzymes.

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