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Precision diabetes: The right treatment for each patient

The University of Exeter has led the way in making discoveries that are swiftly translated into healthcare, to improve lives worldwide.

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From gene discovery to revolutionising clinical care

When the Exeter diabetes lab was set up in 1995, medicine did not recognise that many forms of diabetes are caused by a single gene mutation.

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Unravelling the mysteries of the pancreas to improve type 1 diabetes diagnosis

Exeter have busted diagnosis myths and created new, simple and inexpensive diagnostic tests that are being used around the world.

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Understanding type 2 diabetes, to treat all its forms

By far the most common form of diabetes, type 2 diabetes is nevertheless misunderstood. While classified as one condition, the complex disease actually comes in all shapes and sizes.

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