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Get ready to learn things not traditionally taught to medical doctors!
Some of the things you will hear Dr. Buttar and Robert talk about in this week’s show are:
‘Forgotten organs’ may hold clues to new type-2 diabetes treatment – Immune disorders associated with type 2 diabetes could be better managed thanks to new research that shows that “forgotten organs” such as the spleen hold clues about the disease’s effect on the body. The new findings, published in Metabolomicstoday (Monday 10 June) found that important organs such as the spleen, kidneys and eyes revealed clues about the effects of raised blood sugar levels from type 2 diabetes at a metabolic level. Lead author of the report Dr. Sandrine Claus from the University of Reading said: “The most surprising finding from the study was that at a metabolic level, the spleen, a forgotten organ in type 2 diabetes that is involved in immune regulation, was far more affected by raised blood sugar levels than the heart, which gets a lot of attention because of the increased risk to develop cardiovascular pathologies.”