But, Skyler added, "I personally don't think we should abandon GAD; I think we should think about the form it's in, and the route it's given."
Ludvigsson said further trials of GAD-alum are already on the way, using the drug as an intervention for people recently diagnosed with type 1 diabetes and as a preventive measure for people who have a high risk of developing type 1 diabetes.
Learn more about type 1 diabetes from the American Diabetes Association.
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