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Oct. 18, 2016

daveAfter years of trying to figure out why the most tightly managed patient will just all of a sudden lose control, we have discovered that it is due to the parasympathetic, sympathetic, and sensory nerves that innervate the pancreatic islets. This knowledge is already being used to develop new drugs for glucose control. If you want to understand what effect these nerves have on glucose control and how important drugs can be to treat these nerve actions, check out our Clinical Text.

Dave Joffe

Editor-in-chief