How Israel hopes to beat diabetes

August 04, 2015
Breakthrough discoveries from Israeli scientists hold out hope for the millions of people suffering diabetes around the world.
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Cannabis extract to be used to treat diabetes

ISA Scientific plans a Phase 2 trial to test the effects of a cannabinoid compound against diabetes as well as inflammatory and heart diseases.

Tech firms target diabetes (audio)

A no-needle insulin treatment; a medical device that uses a smartphone to help people monitor blood sugar levels; an app that gives diabetics emergency access to medical supplies – Israelis are behind these and many other innovations for the prevention and treatment of diabetes.

High-energy breakfast can help control diabetes

Tel Aviv University researcher says eating more calories at breakfast and fewer calories at dinner can suppress dangerous blood sugar spikes all day.

World’s smallest, cheapest patch pump for diabetics

TouchéMedical is developing a low-cost ‘smart’ patch pump designed for patients of all ages with diabetes, Parkinson’s and other chronic conditions.

Beta-O2 testing cure for type 1 diabetes

An implantable bio-artificial pancreas developed in Israel is going into clinical trials to determine if its unique features provide the key to a cure.

Groundbreaking insulin pill nears market

Jerusalem’s Oramed Pharmaceuticals is working on producing an oral insulin capsule for people with Type 2 diabetes.

Anti-inflammatory protein treatment offers hope for diabetics

Groundbreaking results of a new Israeli clinical study reveal that type 1 diabetes can be treated effectively and safely with Alpha1-Antitrypsin (AAT), an anti-inflammatory protein that our body normally generates when we’re sick.

Anti-inflammatory protein offers hope for diabetes

According to Israeli research, early stages of type 1 diabetes could be effectively treated with an anti-inflammatory protein.

Artificial sweetener could be causing diabetes

Revelation about how sugar substitute can cause metabolic changes will leave a sour taste in your mouth.

Risk of diabetes linked to work environment

Tel Aviv University research shows low levels of social support and high levels of stress in the workplace affect the development of Type 2 diabetes.
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