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    Type 1 diabetes

    Spinal Cord Association
    Drs Paul Turner and Jim Faed from Dunedin

    The aim of the project is to find out whether a person’s own bone marrow stem cells can be used as an effective therapy to combat type 1 diabetes.
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    Type 2 diabetes

    Massey University, School of Sport and Exercise
    Martin Gram, MSc, PhD, Postdoc

    Exercise‐Diet Research Study
    The researchers seek 36 people looking for help with their diabetes, particularly those who could benefit from personal training. Participants will carry out supervised exercise 5 times per week over 4 months as well as health tests before and after this period at Massey University Campus Wellington in Mt Cook.

    ****SEEKING PARTICIPANTS ****
    Males or females with Type-2 diabetes, aged 35-70 years, and not requiring insulin.

    Contact Martin Gram
    Phone: 0800 MASSEY Extension 63167
    Email: m.gram@massey.ac.nz

    Pamphlet with more information
    Facebook Page
    Radio interview on RNZ 
    Media coverage on stuff.co.nz

    Gestational Diabetes

    Māori health literacy research: Gestational diabetes mellitus
    July 2014 

    This report was prepared for the Ministry of Health by Carla White, Susan Reid and Victoria Damiris from Workbase Education Trust

    The research project found that women who had not experienced GDM were unlikely to know about GDM prior to it being discussed during a pregnancy. The decision of Māori women to be screened for GDM is significantly influenced by the information, advice and support they receive from their lead maternity carer and their personal advisors.

    Clinical Endocrinology

    Liggins Institute, The University of Auckland
    Professor Wayne Cutfield
    Professor Paul Hofman
    Investigating how nutrition in early life alters the risk of children and young people developing obesity, diabetes, metabolic and cardiovascular diseases and how these effects are mediated by hormones.
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