Control of diabetes and insulin antibodies

February 1976
British Medical Journal;2/28/1976, Vol. 1 Issue 6008, p484
Academic Journal
Focuses on the effect of insulin antibodies on the control of diabetes. Publication of the 'Quarterly Journal of Medicine' on insulin antibodies for diabetes control; Details on the process of the Birmingham study on insulin treatment for diabetes; Conclusion on the effect of insulin antibodies to diabetic patients as a result of the study.


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