Research on diabetes prevention proves successful in human trial stage. Vaccine soon to be a reality

The latest news going viral is the new discovery of a vaccine for diabetes. That would be such good news for the millions of victims suffering from type 1 and type 2 diabetes if at all it took just one injection to reverse the effects of the killer disease. Unfortunately, that’s a Big FALSE LIE.

Various click bait websites have been spreading the news of how two Mexican scientists Salvador Chacon Ramirez, Lucila Zarate Ortega and Doctor Jorge Gonzalez Ramirez made big claims that they had developed a vaccine against diabetes. What people don’t know is this incident transpired in 2015. When the three representing an organization ‘Live your diabetes’ made an announcement’ they were promptly shut down within 24 hours all because it was proved that their vaccine which injected people with their own blood cells was a bogus one. BUT!! Those who had their hopes up shouldn’t be disappointed. A vaccine for diabetes is on the anvil and has been in research for some years now in various scientific labs across the world. Within ten years we may see a credible vaccine for diabetes.

1 UK research for Diabetes vaccine shows plenty of promise

In 2013 during a summit meeting involving several leading experts in the fields of diabetes, Dr. Alasdair Rankin heads of UK research on diabetes stated that there was a huge possibility of a vaccine being developed by 2023. The reasons for such positive hope was that critical research in the field has managed to identify several elements of the immune system that could be pinpointed for accurate treatment against type1 and type 2 diabetes.

In the UK alone TESCO along with Diabetes UK has launched a drive to raise $10 million for the research to develop a vaccine on diabetes. The therapy will help people at risk of developing the disease lead longer lives. For those who are already plagued with the disease, the treatment would help manage it better and improve the quality of life.

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