Category: D-PatientProfiles

Don’t Let ‘No Symptoms’ Hurt You!

Don’t Let ‘No Symptoms’ Hurt You!

First, let me introduce some information about him, in order to protect his privacy, we can call him Jack. He is a black man, about 40 years old, with a history of 10 years'...

A Little Girl with Type 1 Diabetes Can Have a Bright Future!

A Little Girl with Type 1 Diabetes Can Have a Bright Future!

Only after she enters the university, can she accept the fact that she is a patient with type 1 Diabetes. But she didn't want to live on insulin in the rest of her life,...

A diary about My Little Son with Type 1 Diabetes(1)

A diary about My Little Son with Type 1 Diabetes(1)

It is nearly in the midnight, my little son and husband are sleeping now, but I have no sleepiness. Looking at the my little son's test result, how can I sleep comfortably?

A Diary about My son with type 1 Diabetes(2)

A Diary about My son with type 1 Diabetes(2)

What a nice day! The sunlight come in my bedroom through the gap of the curtain. The sunlight is shining on my son's face slightly, it looks that his face is a little transparent....

Type 2 Diabetes by Stem Cell Transplant: a Case Report

Type 2 Diabetes by Stem Cell Transplant: a Case Report

Case Presentation: A 56-year-old man was admitted to our hospital for abnormal huger, extreme thirst, excessive urine output. He was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Before coming to our hospital, he was hospitalized in...

Type 1 Diabetes by Stem Cell Transplant: a Case Presentation

Type 1 Diabetes by Stem Cell Transplant: a Case Presentation

Type 1 diabetes, also known as juvenile diabetes is common in children and young people. Type 1 diabetes is due to the not enough insulin in your body. Insulin is a hormone which can...

A Reply Letter For  Patient with Diabetes From Iran

A Reply Letter For Patient with Diabetes From Iran

I am glad to received your email, i have know that you have type 1 Diabetes. type 1 Diabetes is alao know as insulin dependent diabetes, or juvenile diabetes. Can you tell me something...

A Successful Case of Treating Type 2 Diabetes with Stem Cell Transplant

A Successful Case of Treating Type 2 Diabetes with Stem Cell Transplant

Ten years of polydipsia, polyphagia and polyuria. The fasting blood-glucose (FBG) before admission is 14.55mmol/L, the blood glucose afer meal is 18.88mmol/L. After normal treatment the blood sugar still can not get well controlled....