Immune protein could stop diabetes in its tracks

Immune protein could stop diabetes in its tracks
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Immune protein could stop diabetes in its tracks

Melbourne researchers have identified an immune protein that has the potential to stop or reverse the development of type 1 diabetes in its early stages, before insulin-producing cells have been destroyed.

Professor Len Harrison explains the discovery that the immune protein CD52 is responsible for protecting the body against excessive immune responses, and could be used to treat, or even prevent, other immune disorders such as multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis.

Read the full media release: http://www.wehi.edu.au/site/latest_news/immune_protein_could_stop_diabetes_in_its_tracks
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  1. Muhudu

    Oh hai! Video is cool, Thanks! Have you heard the news about this interesting product at "Brendt Miracle Arthritis Cure" website (google it)? My neighbour got awesome results and got rid of their arthritis occurrences in a day!

  2. Rainbow Life

    I am suffering diabetic from the age of. 16 now I am 33 I have hope that one day may be invent some cure able drug for diabetic patient and I think CD 52 is the new hope all of us thank you so much

  3. Kenneth Yaw Agyeman-Badu

    This is wonderful…..more insights needed.

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