Results from UF Health pilot study lead to national trial of combination diabetes treatment

The results of a new University of Florida pilot study published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation on Dec. 15 show that combining two medical treatments preserved beta cell function in patients, allowing them to produce at least some of their own insulin after one year. Patients who produce some of their own insulin often fare better, with fewer complications and better control of blood glucose levels.

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