Results of trial of proleukin (aldesleukin) in recent onset type 1 diabetes?

Ongoing Study. According to clinicaltrials.Gov, the phase i trial is still on-going; there are no results yet.

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Any good results from the phase I trial of proleukin (aldesleukin) and Rapamune in recent onset type 1 diabetes?

Probably not. It appears that a phase 1 trial of these medications was attempted in 2007, but results were never published. This probably means that the trial was abandoned. Years ago, another immunosuppressive med was used (cyclosporin) to treat early Type 1 diabetes and was successful in preserving pancreatic function. However further studies were abandoned because of excessive toxicity of this class of med. Read more...

Phase I trial of proleukin (aldesleukin) and Rapamune in recent onset type 1 diabetes, what to do?

Phase I trials. This is a question best asked of your endocrine specialist. I suppose you are contemplating entering the trial? Do your research and make sure that your questions are answered, be sure that you are willing to make the necessary time commitment. Discuss with family and trusted peers/friends before deciding to join a study. http://clinicaltrials.gov/show/NCT00525889. Read more...

Can phase I trial of proleukin (aldesleukin) and Rapamune lead to type 1 diabetes?

NIH study. The combination of these drugs is being studied in adult patients already diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. The thought is that the combination might help slow down the progress of diabetes. The study isn't complete yet. If there is another phase 1 trial using these drugs in a different study, the investigator should be approached with your question. Read more...