For the past 100 years, the standard treatment for Type 1 diabetes has been insulin replacement therapy which means that insulin is injected into the blood stream in amounts that coincide with blood sugar levels.
What is Type 1 Diabetes?
Type 1 diabetes takes place when the body’s immune system destroys certain cells in the pancreas called beta cells.
Beta cells are supposed to produce insulin, which is a hormone that helps the body transport glucose contained in food into cells throughout the body, which use it for energy. When these cells are destroyed the body cannot produce insulin, and the glucose stays in the blood instead.
This can cause serious damage to all of the organ systems of the body, which is why insulin is given to those who have Type 1 diabetes to stay alive.
How can the Reverse Vaccine Help?
The reverse vaccine suppresses the immune system instead of stimulating it. This new strategy is designed to protect the cells in the pancreas that make insulin.
An analysis of patients with diabetes conducted by the Stanford University of Medicine for 1-3 years showed that those who had been vaccinated were able to produce increased amounts of insulin.
Although this new study passed its first test, the treatments effect is not permanent. Once patients stopped getting their injections the body’s production of insulin dropped again.
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