Benjamin Nwosu confirms accuracy of simple method to detect honeymoon period in children newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes

Benjamin Nwosu confirms accuracy of simple method to detect honeymoon period in children newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes

A study conducted by Benjamin Nwosu, MD, at UMass Medical School has confirmed the accuracy of a new, simple method to determine whether children newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes are experiencing a beneficial partial clinical remission.

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