Diabetes in Hibernating Mode

I believe that the Diabetes Hibernating Mode can happen under some special circumstances and a little bit of luck. It’s what some call CURE. Cure sounds good but not good enough for me so I went around the net looking for the definitions.

ADA dances around the issue saying that “defining cure of diabetes is not as straightforward as it may seem” and that “the distinction between successful treatment and cure is blurred in case of diabetes.” Meaning that you can easily mistake one for the other. They could have just said that there is no cure for diabetes, period.

What is cure?

Medically, cure is defined as restoration to good health, while remission, on the other hand, is defined as disappearance of the symptoms that might be not permanent and can reappear. It is believed that only acute illnesses can be cured while chronic ones can be only put into…

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1 thought on “Diabetes in Hibernating Mode”

  1. Hibernation seems like an excellent word. SIcne I know a lady who has had two pancreas transplants and both worked for a bit About 5 years each time. She may even say it was like hibernating, but alas we tend to wake up.

    I referred your blog to the TUDiabetes.org blog page for the week of June 20, 2016.


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