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The Diabetes Center of Excellence is proud to offer our patients MyCareTeam Clinical (MCT Clinical), an online diabetes management system that allows you and your diabetes care provider to maintain regular contact and better manage your blood sugar levels, diet, calorie and carbohydrate counting for type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes.

MyCareTeam lets you download your blood sugar readings from most meters through a secure Internet site and the data can then be easily added to your electronic medical record. Once the data is gathered, it can be accessed, evaluated and closely monitored by all members of your care team, improving your overall care and health.

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NEWS

  • Dr. Louis Messina Fixes Rare Condition

    Dr. Louis Messina, UMass Memorial Medical Center's Division Chief for Vascular Surgery and an investigator at the Diabetes Center of Excellence, performed second surgery on a young woman with middle aortic syndrome, a disease found in less than 1 in 100,000 people. 

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  • Michael Brehm Speaks at the Tumor Models Meeting

    Dr. Michael Brehm was invited to participate in the Tumor Models meeting recently held in Boston to lead a 3-hour workshop to discuss the advantage of using humanized mouse models to study human tumor-immune interactions. A focus of Dr. Brehm’s research program is to use immunodeficient mice engrafted with human immune systems to identify new targetable pathways that will promote immune responses to human malignancies. The workshop included a discussion on model selection, experiment design, data analysis.

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  • Agata Jurczyk Selected for Diabetes Research Connection Funding

    Diabetes Research Connection has selected a DCOE scientist Agata Jurczyk for a new study aiming to Identify Biomarkers for Susceptibility to Both Type 1 Diabetes and Mental Disorders. Recent studies show that patients with diabetes have a much higher likelihood of depression than the general population, and young people with type 1 diabetes (T1D) had 11 times the suicide rate. Our goal is to identify genetic signatures in white blood cells that distinguish non-progressor T1D patients and T1D patients that do progress to psychiatric illness. 

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