A new research from Sweden found autoantibodies that destroy beta cells that leads to Type I diabetes in children. The early detection is now possible by measuring autoantibodies in the body so that doctors can treat type I diabetes before it attacks the beta cells. Early detection can help to reduce the use of insulin and delay the progression of the disease in children. What are your thoughts about these findings?
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