By Charlie G ❘ 2011

We are again at this time of year, when everyone seems a bit more aware about diabetes and there are plenty good intentions.

The truth is that many people are honestly and sincerely devoting their time and motivation to make life more bearable for those with diabetes.

I take my hat off to those people. To whom I don’t take my hat off is to the companies or organizations that are apparently promoting (with words and advertising campaigns) the cure of diabetes, but in reality make it impossible for a cure to go public. That strikes me as the worst hypocrisy.

But anyway, I didn’t want to talk about that, but what awaits me in this next “diabetic year”.
It’s funny that just today, the World Diabetes Day I got in touch with a German doctor who claims to have patented a treatment to cure type 1 diabetes.

I have not read much about it yet, but I read the information on his website about the experiments made ​​which resulted in 8 out of 10 people with type 1 diabetes definitively stopped needing insulin after 9 -12 months of treatment.

In this case, this isn’t a treatment with alternative medicines, like the majority of diabetes treatments mentioned on this website, but it’s an allopathic physician using a mixture of 3 medicines that ensures that the individual’s own cells stop attacking his own pancreatic cells, giving the body a chance to rebuild their beta cells if they had ceased to produce them or to continue producing them in case it was still producing beta cells.

I will research more on this, but Prof. Dr. von Arnim, the discoverer of such treatment has told me through his website that he’s doing the necessary to open his praxis in Germany and begin treating patients with his method in 3 to 6 months.

Of course, there are already people trying to discredit him, as in all cases where a doctor or scientist claims that he has discovered the cure for a chronic disease.
But there are other doctors and scientists who are supporting and recognizing his work.

I will tell you more as soon as I get more details.
As you can see, it was the most appropiate day to receive this news and start this year with a lot of motivation!

How is your year 2011-2012 with diabetes going to be? ¿Optimistic or pessimistic? Do you have something to fight for or you prefer to settle with what you have? Let me know with a comment below.

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8 Comments on World Diabetes Day 2011

  1. Bavaria Mama says:

    Dr. von Arnim claimes (without proof, witnesses or any known patients) to have cured Type 1 Diabetes with BCG – just like Dr. Denise Faustman ( in Massachusetts, USA )is trying to accomplish ( she is in Phase 2 Human Trial)

  2. Andreas Bockstege says:

    “von Arnim” is no Dr., no PD, no Prof. He is only a fraudster. He never made any research. Try: http://www.wdr2.de/service/qui.....ng100.html

    Thanks
    Andreas Bockstege

  3. Andreas Bockstege says:

    I suppose “Charlie” ist Mr. von Arnim, isn’t he?

  4. Charlie says:

    Hi Andreas, be careful with your afirmations. It’s funny how easy it is for people to imagine things over the internet and just afirming things just like that.
    Just 2 days ago I first read about Dr. von Arnim, I read his experiments procedures on his website and thought it was interesting and motivating. That’s why I mentioned here on my site. But if you read the whole article, you’ll know that I also said that I’m going to research further about this doctor and his experiments/achievements.
    But it seems that I don’t have to do any research beacuse apparently there are some people watching out what is being said about Dr von Arnim to jump in and start acusing everyone, just like you did with your comment.

    But I don’t want to blindly believe neither what the doctor claims nor all the accusations from his detractors. I’ll try to find out what is really going on here.

    Charlie

  5. Charlie says:

    Thank you for the info Alexander. I am trying to do my own research as well.

    Charlie

  6. sp says:

    Very fascinating work by Dr. Denise Faustman. I watched the 40 plus minute interview. She is sharp and focused and very realistic. May she persevere in her efforts and find a True Cure for TYPE 1 Diabetes. To every one, who ae POSITIVELY contributing to finding the cure for these disease – Hats OFF!

  7. Sarah says:

    Thanks for the info,, Alex! Can anyone help me pick out a good doctor to see in the California area? http://www.healthgrades.com/di.....-directory