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Reason for increasing incidence of type 1 diabetes is a mystery

The incidence of type 1 diabetes has increased by 50% in Tasmania with 37 new cases reported. Experts from Diabetes Australia don't know what is causing the rising incidence of type 1 diabetes not only in Tasmania but also in other Australian states. The onset of type 1 diabetes can be caused by environmental factors such as mumps or measles which can initiate the auto-immune system to start destroying pancreatic cells that produce insulin.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by The Advocate

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About: Reason for increasing incidence of type 1 diabetes is a mystery

Date: 21 January 2005

Source: The Advocate

URL: http://ta.harrisgroup.com.au/news.cgi?type=1&id=162433

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