posted on Apr, 28 2013 @ 06:07 PM
Originally posted by InternalMedDoc
reply to post by InFriNiTee
The only way to "cure" type 1 diabetes is by replacing insulin. Type 1 diabetics literally lack the cells that produce insulin, so other than
replacing those cells (there are some REALLY interesting technologies coming down the line for this, some from NASA) or replacing the enzyme
(insulin), there's nothing you can do.
Replacing insulin isn't a "cure". Replacing insulin only treats the symptoms of the disease. Replacing the beta cells of the pancreas without the
body attacking them or being able to keep them isolated from the rogue T-Cells that attack the beta cells is the only true cure to type 1 diabetes.
The "insulin" that they make from recombining the dna (GMO) of e-coli bacteria is not the same thing as the pro-insulin that the body makes which
has C-Peptide. That's what leads to conditions such as hypoglycemia unawareness which affects approximately 17% of all type 1 diabetics specifically.
Also, the lack of C-Peptide can over the years reduce peripheral circulation to the extremities (I have read more than 1 medical study for both topics
Another thing that bothers me is the fact that they use meta-cresol to preserve the insulin, which is a highly carcinogenic chemical and is dangerous.
A lot of doctors would say, "There's only 30mg to the whole bottle, and a small amount of something toxic is ok." I disagree. They've been saying
since 1922 that this will be cured "in the next 5 years or so." Yeah right. I am not drinking any of the Kool-Aid.
See the MSDS data sheets for Meta-Cresol at this link:
MSDS for Meta-Cresol
Quoted from the MSDS:
Potential Acute Health Effects: Very hazardous in case of skin contact (irritant), of eye contact (irritant), of ingestion, of inhalation.
Hazardous in case of skin contact (corrosive, permeator), of eye contact (corrosive). Slightly hazardous in case of skin contact (sensitizer). Liquid
or spray mist may produce tissue damage particularly on mucous membranes of eyes, mouth and respiratory tract. Skin contact may produce burns.
Inhalation of the spray mist may produce severe irritation of respiratory tract, characterized by coughing, choking, or shortness of breath. Severe
over-exposure can result in death. Inflammation of the eye is characterized by redness, watering, and itching. Skin inflammation is characterized by
itching, scaling, reddening, or, occasionally, blistering.
All I can say is no wonder it burns like heck when injecting the insulin subcutaneously! It only makes me wonder what being exposed to small amounts
over years and years will do. Possibly it could contribute to the formation of cancers inside the body. No thank-you big-pharma.
The pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly made the first insulin analogue (synthetic). While I am grateful that they make this fake insulin, it is a
disease that should've been cured by now.
If you want to see the best shot at a cure that might be in the future, see the link in my signature. I just hope that Dr. Shapiro and his team will
be allowed to get it to the mainstream.