Archive for August 1, 2018
More than 30 million Americans are afflicted with the serious, chronic disease known as diabetes. Complications of diabetes include heart attacks, blindness/vision impairment and amputation of lower limbs (such as legs and feet).
This condition, in a very basic explanation, is a result of the blood having too much glucose and the pancreas not producing enough insulin to convert the sugar to energy or not using the insulin properly. There are two types of diabetes, named type 1 and type 2.
Fortunately, patients suffering from diabetes have research results provided by diabetes clinical trials. Doctors may refer to the results of diabetes clinical trials in determining the course of treatment for their patients who suffer from diabetes.
A clinical trial is a very positive way to try new medicines, and to obtain result for patients. According to a new MIT study, the POS (probability of success) for a clinical trial–omitting oncology–is approximately 20.9%. For oncolog