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January 23, 2016

Jan 23, 2016


Are you ready for the opening of a large can of worms, when it comes to classifying diabetes? We have all heard type one, type one and one half, type two, type 3, adult onset, MODY, LADA and many other ways of naming diabetes, and now top researchers and endocrinologists have gotten together to set up a whole new criteria and classification system. The new system, based on β-cell centric classification schema, was just released in Diabetes Care. See Item #2.

One of the experts responsible for all this hubbub is one of our Advisory Board members, Dr. Stanley Schwartz. Because of our unique relationship with him he gave us a private set of video interviews with our Publisher, Steve Freed, to explain not only the classifications but also how to best treat the “Egregious Eleven.” You can view the videos here – and if you wish, submit a question for Dr. Schwartz.


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Dave Joffe, Editor-in-chief