A microbiome solution for type 1 diabetes?
Posted 28th December 2018 by Jane Williams
This article is republished with kind permission from Biovox. The original article can be found here.
Few things unite us the way trying to help a sick child does. Children living with the burden of type 1 diabetes (T1D) is just such a case. The desire to help young patients has galvanized a global effort, the TEDDY study, to understand what causes the disorder and pave the way for effective interventions. A number of analyses emerging from TEDDY are now bringing into focus the role of the microbiome in T1D. We now ask the question: could the microbiome be the key to intercepting and preventing T1D?
What’s been happening in precision medicine this month?
Posted 30th July 2018 by Jane Williams
There has been some interesting news, discoveries and development to catch up on this month in the world of precision medicine. Take a look at the list below to find out more:
Round-Up of Top Biologics News
Posted 18th July 2018 by Jane Williams
With new discoveries and developments in Asthma, Diabetes and Cancer, there has been some interesting news to catch up on this month. Take a look at the list below to find out more:
Ask not “what your gut microbiome can do for you”, but “what you can do for your gut microbiome”
Posted 27th December 2017 by Jane Williams
Defined health outcomes are increasingly being linked to prebiotic ingredients and supplements. For example, mounting evidence recently led the FDA to issue a qualified health claim regarding the ability of digestion resistant starch to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. With the direct annual cost of diabetes recently estimated to be $825B (1), the potential application of prebiotics to reduce disease risk is appealing from both health care and business investment perspectives.