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Commentary: Can intermittent fasting help tackle diabetes?

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

Intermittent fasting, with its impressive results, may be more than a fad, argues University College London’s Nick Lesica.

LONDON: Intermittent fasting is currently all the rage. 855 more words

Current Affairs

Cali Implants

Viacyte, a company based in California, USA, has come up with an implant whose sole aim is to replace islet cells that are lost as a result of T1D. 109 more words


Pancreatic Cancer Symptoms and Signs

Pancreatic Cancer Symptoms & Signs


Pancreatic Cancer typically does not cause symptoms until it has grown, so it is most frequently diagnosed in advanced stages rather than early in the course of the disease. 221 more words

Health And Wellness

Artificial Pancreas – Medical Devices Pipeline Assessment, 2017

Read the full report: https://www.stl.news/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/1502819701_391_www.reportlinker.comp03776392/Artificial-Pancreas-Medical-Devices-Pipeline-Assessment.html The report provides comprehensive information on the pipeline products with comparative analysis of the products at various stages of development. The report reviews major players involved in the pipeline product development. 36 more words

Gene Therapy and the Mirage of Cures

Beta cells in type 1 diabetics aren’t exactly very abundant, and transplanting replacement cells into the pancreas is laborious, expensive and, worst of all, temporary. That’s why gene transfer, which coaxes non-beta cells in the pancreas into making insulin, promises to be an ideal method of curing diabetes. 243 more words


Life-extending pancreatic cancer drug finally wins NICE approval

The latest news from Pancreatic Cancer Action:-

“We are absolutely delighted to announce that NICE has given the green light to Abraxane®, a drug that can extend the lives of pancreatic cancer patients. 558 more words