NEWS: From The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

Cell Conversion Could Be a Change for the Better May 17, 2017 Can the loss of functional beta cell mass in T1D be reversed to restore insulin production? That is a fundamental question for those working to eliminate the disease; … Continue reading

Hope for a Diabetes Cure – yes, again….

Important: “Breakthrough: The Case of Murder in the Pancreas” No one’s sure why renegade members of the immune squad snuff out workers in the body’s insulin factory. Can investigators like Thomas Delong solve the mystery—and stop the attack that leads … Continue reading

Dr. Elliott P. Joslin

Today, June 6, is Dr. Elliot P. Joslin’s birthday.  Why is this important to me?  He was the first doctor in the United States to specialize in diabetes and was the founder of today’s Joslin Diabetes Center in Brookline (Boston), Massachusetts.  … Continue reading

Brain & Nervous System

Regarding human beings, they (we, as I am human) all have a brain and a nervous system.  So? Well, recently invited to a seminar on the topic of “Neuropathy,” other keywords were adamantly recognized: Thyroid, Hashimoto, Diabetes, Chronic Pain, Lethargy … Continue reading

Me and My Money…a child’s story of diabetes

Copyrighted in 2012, Me & My Money…a child’s story of diabetes, took two years to write… From birthing thoughts, jotting ideas, typing a manuscript, carrying a daily journal, contacting an illustrator,  building the manuscript, proofreading and editing again and again … Continue reading