Defeating Diabetes: The Battle Is On

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There may finally be good news for the millions of people with diabetes. That’s because Toronto scientists believe they have made an incredible breakthrough. They were able to instantly correct insulin levels in mice… using a widely available household herb.

Dr. Hans Michael Dosch is a professor with the University of Toronto, where he heads up research. He’s a 30-year veteran who gained international repute after performing the first thymus transplant in Europe. In the years since, he’s published findings in several prestigious science journals. He’s also made world-leading progress in autoimmune diseases and multiple sclerosis.

But it’s his ongoing work into diabetes that may prove to be his biggest breakthrough.

Dozens of experts have reviewed his research – and are supporting his findings. Doctor Christian Stohler – a Dean at the University of Maryland – believes this game-changing research may transform the way we treat diabetes. He’s a celebrated specialist in pain with decades of research and publications behind him. And he says these new findings open “a novel and exciting door to address one of the [largest modern] diseases.”

Taking the First Step

Dr. Dosch was working at a Toronto-based medical center called The Sick Kids Hospital when he made his initial discovery.

He was studying mice that had been given diabetes. He injected them with a household compound…

“I’ve never seen anything like it,” says Dr. Dosch. Within just 24 hours, the mice were healthy.

It was the last result they expected.

“I couldn’t believe it,” says co-researcher and pain specialist Dr. Michael Salter. “Mice with diabetes suddenly didn’t have diabetes anymore.”

Their breakthrough offers hope for a cure. And completely revolutionizes our understanding of diabetes.

They quickly compiled their findings, which were published in several well-known journals including Cell and Nature Medicine. Their research suggests that our nervous systems trigger diabetes. That connection offers hope of a cure… in the near future.

It’s not surprising then that so many experts are stunned. The new therapy made diabetic mice completely healthy within just 24 hours. And the scientists behind the discovery believe it will do the same for human beings.

Find out more on Friday…

To your health,
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Ian Robinson,
Managing Editor, Natural Health Dossier "Health Watch"