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  • Re: Insulin Resistance in a Type 1 Diabetic

    A Type 1 doesn't produce their own insulin anymore. So the Type 2 issue of being resistant to the body's insulin is moot, since the body doesn't produce insulin. However, a Type 1 can become insulin resistant, in other words, resistant to the injected insulin. But that is not going to cause any disease, it just means the insulin-resistant
    Posted to Type 1 Diabetes (Forum) by plusones on Tue, Sep 20 2011
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