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The Artificial Pancreas Treatment provides the missing stimulation of the liver.

The liver provides the enzymes needed for the body to metabolize (burn) carbohydrates. This is the core problem that people with diabetes have, the inability to process this important type of food.

When these missing enzymes are restored, the body can process carbohydrates which provides each cell with needed levels of cellular energy (ATP) from carbohydrates.

With that needed energy the tissues heal themselves because the DNA remembers how to heal, naturally!   

For Information, call (916) 643 2010.

This week in Diabetes History

Month of May

THE ARTIFICIAL PANCREAS TREATMENT For the last 20 years the Artificial Pancreas Treatment and Artificial Pancreas System have been in development, but the problem has always been that the cost of delivering the treatment is too high for the average diabetic patient. It is now proven that APT will slow, stop and in many ways reverse the complications of diabetes, truly wonderful news to millions. And now it is affordable and available. The treatment provides what a nondiabetic pancreas supplies, a very discreet series of oscillations in the blood of a nondiabetic person. These oscillations are required for normal carbohydrate and lipid metabolism. By mimicking what a nondiabetic pancreas does, the Artificial Pancreas System restores energy to the cells from carbohydrates, which are needed for the cells to have a normal amount of energy (ATP). The good news is that the DNA of every cell never forgets what it is supposed to do, and once proper metabolic energy is reestablished, the cell knows what to do and the body prepares itself naturally and in its own special way. The Artificial Pancreas Treatment (which is a treatment under the practice of Medicine) uses the FDA-cleared Bionica pump, the infusion part of the Artificial Pancreas System, and is now in the final commercial rollout phase where patients can be treated for six months and, with the help of a friend or family member, the patient can be treated at home for three weeks coming back only once a month into the clinic for the first year. After a successful year the patient will be able to be treated once every two months. This approach provides the answer on how to treat millions of people who are in dire need of stopping and reversing their diabetes complications. CALL OUR NUMBER FOR THE NEXT WEBINAR

From the Front Lines

Ft. Worth Open

The Ft. Worth clinic opened in January, and people in Ft. Worth are seeing the same wonderful relief from the progression of diabetes complications. Two physician groups have joined to provide excellent care. Read more...

The Orange County Clinic is Expanding

The Orange County clinic is directly across from the Hoag Hospital Diabetes Center, 1525 Superior Ave. - Suite 214, Newport Beach, CA 92663. This clinic provides the Artificial Pancreas Treatment to rescue patients from the devastating complications of diabetes. Patients and their families are invited to learn more by calling the clinic at (800)650-7850. You may also email the company at info@diabetes.net. Read more...

Trina Health expands (West Houston)

Trina Health provides the Artificial Pancreas System using the Bionica FDA cleared pump and measurement systems that mimics normal pancreas stimulation of the body. There are both morning and afternoon treatments available. If anyone or their loved one has diabetes related complications, the Trina Health facilities provide free consultations and assessments. Conveniently located at 11511 Katy Freeway, Suite 510, Houston, TX, 77079 Please call: 713.595.9595 Read more...

Santa Monica Clinic

Located in a new prestigious building, the Santa Monica clinic will be serving the UCLA and Beverly Hills area. Scheduled to open in September, this will provide a second LA Basin location. 5 more clinics are opening in the LA area. Read more...

New and Expanded Sacramento Clinic

The Trina Health clinic in Sacramento is more than doubling its size and relocating in a 5,000 square foot clinic and treatment center. The new clinic is conveniently located next to Highway 80 and Auburn Blvd. Expansion was needed to serve the people with diabetes in the Sacramento area. Read more...

First New York City Clinic

The First New York City area clinic is opening in Queens with easy access to neighboring areas. A very large clinic will expand, treating hundreds of patients each week. Scheduled to open in July, the location will be posted here. Read more...

Memphis Is Next

Trina Health of Tennessee is opening its first clinic this summer. The building location is being vacated in June and the clinic will be operational in July. Read more...

Denver Clinics

At least one clinic is opening in Denver Colorado, and very likely two. The location is not yet made final, but the parties are ready to begin when the clinic location is finalized. Read more...

Charlotte Clinic a Leader

As far as leading a community into the next era of Diabetes treatments, Charlotte is achieving more than just expanding its size, it is putting diabetes into perspective as a disease which can be treated and halted. No longer will people with diabetes be relegated to a life of ever-increasing problems. Now patients can leave their diabetes worries behind. By obtaining the very best physician support in all of Charlotte, the Trina Health of the Carolinas facility is leading the way in patient care. Read more...

Second Arizona Clinic

Arizona is opening its second clinic in Chandler, having opened the Scottsdale clinic in February. The amazing staff at these prestigious locations demonstrate the excellence patients have now come to expect with Trina clinics. These two locations are on the East side of Phoenix, and a West side clinic is expected to open in approximately 6 months. Read more...

Miami Clinic Expands

Unable to treat enough patients, the Miami clinic is negotiating for a much larger facility. This clinic was limited until local physicians could see for themselves the effects of the Artificial Pancreas Treatment. Now it is well understood, and the natural result is to expand to serve more people who need to escape from the complications of diabetes. Read more...

Alabama Joins Trina

The Gulf of Mexico is a new location for a Trina Health clinic. This clinic is being readied to open when the tenant improvements are complete. Alabama, like so many states, has a huge population of people with diabetes. Accordingly, it won't be long before more Alabama clinics are opening. Read more...

Washington State Clinic

A new Trina Clinic in Washington State is opening to serve both Washington and people from Canada who need to keep from succumbing to diabetes. This clinic is being pioneered by people who really know the difference between conventional treatment and the Artificial Pancreas Treatment. Read more...

Excellent Patient Outcomes.

The Orange County clinic has achieved patient relief and outcomes beyond anything that is otherwise available. Patients uniformly reverse the secondary complications of diabetes. Patent stories are emotionally charging, and a patient outcomes are being followed and documented for patient reports. The Orange County clinic is a total success for the patients! Read more...

Hong Kong Clinic

Hong Kong is the first Asian location for the Artificial Pancreas Treatment. The staff is being trained. The telephone numbers are : (852) 2808 2660 and (852) 2808 2670 Read more...