Setting the research agenda

By | 26 April, 2010

Read on – you need to do something here, it’s important.

I have on occasion had a cynical little rant about the relevance of some diabetes research to improving lives today.

I have also spent many a meeting in ;

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About Alison

Diagnosed with Type One in 1983 at the age of four, Alison's been at this for a while now. She uses Humalog in a combined insulin pump and continuous glucose monitoring system and any blood glucose meter as long as it takes five seconds or less.

3 thoughts on “Setting the research agenda

  1. Tim

    Top stuff – definitely worth adding one’s two-pennethworth. I’ve asked whether it can be demonstrated whether a) insulin pump therapy and 2) CGMS can reduce the frequency of long term complications.

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  2. Annette A

    I asked also if CGM makes a difference, whether high carb diets necessarily lead to increased insulin resistance, and what the effect of hormones actually is on insulin resistance (as opposed to ‘yes, there’s an effect’ which is the current answer!)
    And my avatar’s gone walkies…

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