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Thread: Study on Beta Cell Preservation for Newly Diagnosed Ages 6-21

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    Default Study on Beta Cell Preservation for Newly Diagnosed Ages 6-21

    A new study is underway to investigate a drug to preserve beta cell function in newly diagnosed people ages 6-21.

    The study is called T1GER.

    From their web site:

    The purpose of the T1GER clinical research study is to determine the safety and efficacy of an investigational medication in children and young adults with newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes. The investigational medication is being tested to find out if it can maintain beta cell (insulin-producing) function in the pancreas of those newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.

    For study center locations and more information see:

    https://www.t1gerstudy.com
    Jeff Hitchcock - President and Founder, CWD
    Father of Marissa (BSN, RN, CDE), now 29, married, and mother, dx'd at 24 months
    25 Year Lilly Journey Award

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    I wrote a blog about that study here:
    http://cureresearch4type1diabetes.bl...-ii-trial.html

    Joshua

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