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RE: [IP] T2 more complicated than T1

Thank you Dr. Bender. This is the point I was trying to make but did not do
it nearly so clearly as you did.


> While not an endocrinologst, Type 2 is a very complex dsease.
> Beta cells
> seem to function in communal fahon. They are not arranged in
> islets for
> convenience but so they can communicate with each other. this form of
> exocrine function makes it possible for the cells to work together to
> secrete the proper amount of insulin. as they communicate
> with each other
> they secxrete the correct emount and probably know when to turn off. I
> think this is what the Newsweek article referrewd to Allof us
> with T1 know
> that it is a more difficult disease to manage. Some of who
> devloped iinulin
> resistence with our Type 1 know how much this confounds the
> problrm. Others
> may have stated as Type 2 and became T1 over the years. In my research
> project I am looking for these patients to study how this
> happens. Also,
> since c-peptide is increased in t2 why do t2 develop so many
> neuropathic
> problems. Spot who has more quetions than answers. Since t1
> have antibodies
> to GAD-65 why do we escape brain damage too?

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