Olivia Zeiden

New Pancreatitis Treatments in Development: Chemical Pancreatectomy and Electrical Stimulation (TEA)

https://youtu.be/rOH6da-ENhs New Pancreatitis Treatments in Development In this Mission: Cure patient education webinar, leading experts Dr. George Gittes and Dr. Jorge Machicado present innovative treatments for pancreatitis. Alongside them, Megan Golden, CEO of Mission: Cure, and Daniel Morgan, Research Portfolio Manager, provide insights into the organization’s vision and ongoing progress towards finding a cure.  Key […]

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New Research on the CFTR Gene & Pancreatitis Paves the Way for Innovative Treatments

Exciting new research explored how the CFTR gene is connected to pancreatitis. This gene plays a crucial role in our body and is known for its link to cystic fibrosis. By studying the CFTR gene, scientists can better understand what causes pancreatitis and develop better treatments. Let’s take a closer look at what this study

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Understanding Type 3c Diabetes: Diagnosis, Treatment, and More!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SaUyRUzMDyA Why Type 3c Diabetes Matters for Pancreatitis Patients Type 3c diabetes is an important but often overlooked aspect of managing pancreatitis. The connection between pancreatitis and Type 3c diabetes can significantly affect one’s well-being. In our recent webinar, “Understanding Type 3c Diabetes: Your Guide to Diagnosis & Treatment,” we highlighted this link, focusing on

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Aniela’s Pancreatitis Story: Navigating Her Role as a Scientist and Patient in Pancreatitis Research

Despite how isolating and painful having pancreatitis is, I pursued a career as a scientist, traveling across Europe to work. In my work, I saw many different approaches to treating pancreatitis. I wanted to do something for people like me. Since I had become an expert in stem cells, I worked on turning them into

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