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Diamyd injections proves beneficial for diabetes patients for at least two years

A 2 year clinical trial with Diamyd showed a beneficial, long-term effect on diabetes by increasing insulin production and improving blood glucose levels. Thus, Diamyd causes number of regulatory T cells to increase thus presenting an immunoregulatory effect. The results will be confirmed by a third multinational clinical trial.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Diamyd Medical

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About: Diamyd injections proves beneficial for diabetes patients for at least two years

Date: 10 June 2004

Source: Diamyd Medical

URL: http://www.primezone.com/newsroom/news_releases.mhtml?d=58973

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