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Prevention Techniques for Diabetes Mellitus: Type 1 and 2. Stephanie Pike Course: PAS 646 Advisor: Dennis Karounos, M.D. Types of Diabetes:. TYPE 1 DIABETES (T1DM) 5-10% cases Autoimmune disease Requires insulin Spontaneous? Genetic predisposition TYPE 2 DIABETES (T2DM) 90-95% cases

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Prevention Techniques for Diabetes Mellitus: Type 1 and 2

Stephanie Pike

Course: PAS 646

Advisor:

Dennis Karounos, M.D.


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Types of Diabetes:

  • TYPE 1 DIABETES (T1DM)

    • 5-10% cases

    • Autoimmune disease

    • Requires insulin

    • Spontaneous?

    • Genetic predisposition

  • TYPE 2 DIABETES (T2DM)

    • 90-95% cases

    • Insulin resistance and beta cell dysfunction

    • Genetic predisposition- Strong

  • OTHERS


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Prevention of T1DM:RUBELLA AVOIDANCE

  • Congenital Rubella Syndrome (CRS)

    • Viral infection that correlates with T1DM

  • STUDY- Infected rabbits with CR

    • Result: Changes in rabbit beta cells similar to those in diabetic mice

      • Direct infection vs. Indirect

        • Indirect- Induces an immune response

        • Study- molecular mimicry


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Prevention of T1DM:RUBELLA AVOIDANCE

  • Clinically:

    • MMR vaccine prevents infection!

      • Children: 12-15 mo; again 4-6 yrs

    • Question women of childbearing age

      • Vaccinate; avoid pregnancy for 28 days

      • Titer: family planning

      • Susceptible pregnant women: vaccinate after delivery before hospital discharge


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Prevention of T1DM:BREAST MILK VS. COW’S MILK

  • Breastfeeding- independent protective factor

    • Case controlled dataset

    • T1DM decreased as Breastfeeding increased

    • SO… breastfeeding helps protect from T1DM

      • Duration unclear


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Prevention of T1DM:BREAST MILK VS. COW’S MILK

  • Parallel effect: Avoiding cow’s milk

    • Bovine insulin-binding antibodies

    • Cross reacting to induce T1DM

    • Prospective study 200 infants

      • Cow’s milk associated with T1DM

  • Clinically:

    • Breastfeed and avoid cow’s milk for as long as possible up to 12 mo.


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Prevention of T1DM:HONEYMOON STAGE

  • Honeymoon stage

    • Functional recovery of beta cell function

    • Need for exogenous insulin low

  • Continue insulin

    • Low dose basal insulin

    • Endogenous insulin secretion

    • Better metabolic control

  • After honeymoon stage

    • Long honeymoon = Better metabolic control after remission

    • Study 178 diabetic children and adolsecents


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Prevention of T1DM:ACCELERATOR HYPOTHESIS

  • Lifestyle factors overlooked in T1DM

    • Autoimmune disease

    • Is this appropriate?

  • T2DM and Obesity

    • Well known correlation

  • Past 35 years…

    • Obesity- doubled

    • T2DM- doubled

    • T1DM- doubled


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Prevention of T1DM:ACCELERATOR HYPOTHESIS

  • Study- retrospective; 94 children in UK

    • Greater BMI at diagnosis T1DM earlier age

  • Overlap of prevention measures

    • Same intense lifestyle changes

  • Don’t believe?

    • Prevent CV disease!


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Prevention of T1DM:CLINICAL TRIALS

  • DPT-1

    • Large, multicenter

      • Insulin as antigen specific immune therapy

      • Unsuccessful, BUT…

        • Accurate predictions

        • ID Asymptomatic pts

        • Insulin- does not accelerate disease process

  • More…

    • Preclinical trials

      • Successful in mouse model

        • Dosing?

        • Metabolically inactive insulin analog


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Prevention of T1DM:CLINICAL TRIALS

  • NIH Trialnet

    • Multi-center, international

      • Natural history studies

      • Diabetes prevention studies

      • Diabetes intervention studies

    • Actively recruiting

      • New onset diabetes

      • First degree relatives

      • www.diabetestrailnet.org


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Prevention of T2DM:LIFESTYLE CHANGES

  • Definitive data

    • Eating healthy + regular exercise

    • STUDY 3234 overweight, non-diabetic individuals

      • Placebo

      • Medication-31%

      • Intense lifestyle changes– 58%

  • Clinically

    • NEDP suggests

      • 30 min physical activity 5 days each week

      • Eating healthier

      • Losing small amt weight

    • THIS IS NOT EASY!!!


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Prevention of T2DM:STOP SMOKING

Insulin Resistance Atherosclerosis Study

  • 906 subjects

    • Current smokers- 25% T2DM w/in 5 years

    • Never smokers- 14% T2DM w/in 5 years

  • Physician’s Health Study

    • Prospective study

    • Smokers- age adjusted relative risk 2:1 for T2DM

  • Pregnant women

    • Decreased glucose tolerance

    • Inc risk gestational diabetes

  • Children- Second hand smoke

    • 2273 subjects

    • Independently associated with metabolic syndrome


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    CLINICAL APPLICATION--CONCLUSION:

    • First or second degree T1DM relative

      • Rubella

        • Vaccinate children with MMR

        • Question and Retest titer in women of childbearing age; Vaccinate women if necessary

      • Breast feed 3-12 mo.

      • Honeymoon stage- continue insulin therapy

      • Lifestyle changes- diet and exercise

      • Clinical trials

        • www.diabetestrialnet.org


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    CLINICAL APPLICATION--CONCLUSION:

    • T2DM in family Hx; sedentary lifestyle; overweight

      • Intense lifestyle changes

        • Exercise 30 min 5 days/week

        • Eat healthier

        • Goal: BMI < 24.9

      • Stop smoking

        • No smoking during pregnancy

        • Avoid exposing children to second hand smoke

        • Will also reduce risk of cardiovascular disease


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    More References…

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    More References…

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