A Proposition of an Auxiliary Treatment for Diabetes Mellitus, Type I

It is well known that diabetes mellitus, Type-I is an autoimmune disease. As a matter of course, all of patients of this disease should have anti-pancreatic B cell antibodies on the surface of cytolytic T lymphocytes. Few, if any, contemporary physicians seem to take this fact into consideration presumably because most, if not all, of them take it for granted that most, if not all, antibody molecules rigidly adhere to their receptors on cell-surfaces.


Kimihiko Okazaki

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