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Edmonton Protocol

There are two-hundred thousand people in Canada with type 1 diabetes.
The cells in their bodies don't produce the insulin required to help turn sugar into energy. Most type 1 diabetics have to really watch what they eat, test themselves constantly, and most importantly, they have to take regular doses of insulin.
But what if they didn't?
We report on the latest research.

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