Research: Other from 2011
- My four-year-old tested positive for three autoantibodies and her glucose tolerance test result was impaired. My five-year-old tested positive for two autoantibodies. How high are their risks are of developing type 1? (12 Oct 2011)
- After four years with type 1, my six-year-old son has an A1c around 6. He experiences lows about three or four times a week. Are such lows intrinsically harmful? (5 Jan 2011)
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