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Ferrari Press Agency Pill 1 Ref 9301 12/06/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Brigham And Women's Hospital A pill that can mimic the effects of gastric by-pass surgery is being developed to help people suffering from obesity.The team behind it say it is also effective in reversing type 2 diabetes.The pill creates a layer over the gut wall once in the stomach , says the team from the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, USA.The new research, at this stage only demonstrated in rats found that this barrier alters nutrient contact and lowers blood glucose response following a meal.In animal experiments after the oral agent was administered the average glucose response was reduced by 47 percent, and three hours later the effect disappeared, suggesting the temporary barrier had dissolved.Co-lead study author Yuhan Lee said: "What we've developed here is essentially, 'surgery in a pill. "We've used a bioengineering approach to formulate a pill that has good adhesion properties and can attach nicely to the gut in a preclinical model. ??sAnd after a couple of hours, its effects dissipate."Over the last decade, bariatric surgeons have made strides in performing weight loss surgery that not only reverses obesity but can also reverse type 2 diabetes in patients with both conditions. Despite dramatic improvements in quality of life and diabetes remission, the number of patients who pursue surgery remains relatively low, according to Ali Tavakkoli, co-director of the Center for Weight Management and Metabolic Surgery at Brigham.This prompted a collaboration between Tavakkoli and hospital researchers to find a less invasive but equally effective treatment for reversing type 2 diabetes, one that can offer the same benefits as surgery but that may have wider appeal and application. In a paper published this week in Nature Materials, the team reports on results of a preclinical study in which an oral agent was administered in rats to deliver a substance that could temporari
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Ferrari Press Agency Pill 1 Ref 9301 12/06/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Brigham And Women's Hospital A pill that can mimic the effects of gastric by-pass surgery is being developed to help people suffering from obesity.The team behind it say it is also effective in reversing type 2 diabetes.The pill creates a layer over the gut wall once in the stomach , says the team from the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, USA.The new research, at this stage only demonstrated in rats found that this barrier alters nutrient contact and lowers blood glucose response following a meal.In animal experiments after the oral agent was administered the average glucose response was reduced by 47 percent, and three hours later the effect disappeared, suggesting the temporary barrier had dissolved.Co-lead study author Yuhan Lee said: "What we've developed here is essentially, 'surgery in a pill. "We've used a bioengineering approach to formulate a pill that has good adhesion properties and can attach nicely to the gut in a preclinical model. ??sAnd after a couple of hours, its effects dissipate."Over the last decade, bariatric surgeons have made strides in performing weight loss surgery that not only reverses obesity but can also reverse type 2 diabetes in patients with both conditions. Despite dramatic improvements in quality of life and diabetes remission, the number of patients who pursue surgery remains relatively low, according to Ali Tavakkoli, co-director of the Center for Weight Management and Metabolic Surgery at Brigham.This prompted a collaboration between Tavakkoli and hospital researchers to find a less invasive but equally effective treatment for reversing type 2 diabetes, one that can offer the same benefits as surgery but that may have wider appeal and application. In a paper published this week in Nature Materials, the team reports on results of a preclinical study in which an oral agent was administered in rats to deliver a substance that could temporari
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Ferrari Press Agency Pill 1 Ref 9301 12/06/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Brigham And Women's Hospital A pill that can mimic the effects of gastric by-pass surgery is being developed to help people suffering from obesity.The team behind it say it is also effective in reversing type 2 diabetes.The pill creates a layer over the gut wall once in the stomach , says the team from the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, USA.The new research, at this stage only demonstrated in rats found that this barrier alters nutrient contact and lowers blood glucose response following a meal.In animal experiments after the oral agent was administered the average glucose response was reduced by 47 percent, and three hours later the effect disappeared, suggesting the temporary barrier had dissolved.Co-lead study author Yuhan Lee said: "What we've developed here is essentially, 'surgery in a pill. "We've used a bioengineering approach to formulate a pill that has good adhesion properties and can attach nicely to the gut in a preclinical model. ??sAnd after a couple of hours, its effects dissipate."Over the last decade, bariatric surgeons have made strides in performing weight loss surgery that not only reverses obesity but can also reverse type 2 diabetes in patients with both conditions. Despite dramatic improvements in quality of life and diabetes remission, the number of patients who pursue surgery remains relatively low, according to Ali Tavakkoli, co-director of the Center for Weight Management and Metabolic Surgery at Brigham.This prompted a collaboration between Tavakkoli and hospital researchers to find a less invasive but equally effective treatment for reversing type 2 diabetes, one that can offer the same benefits as surgery but that may have wider appeal and application. In a paper published this week in Nature Materials, the team reports on results of a preclinical study in which an oral agent was administered in rats to deliver a substance that could temporari
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Ferrari Press Agency Pill 1 Ref 9301 12/06/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Brigham And Women's Hospital A pill that can mimic the effects of gastric by-pass surgery is being developed to help people suffering from obesity.The team behind it say it is also effective in reversing type 2 diabetes.The pill creates a layer over the gut wall once in the stomach , says the team from the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, USA.The new research, at this stage only demonstrated in rats found that this barrier alters nutrient contact and lowers blood glucose response following a meal.In animal experiments after the oral agent was administered the average glucose response was reduced by 47 percent, and three hours later the effect disappeared, suggesting the temporary barrier had dissolved.Co-lead study author Yuhan Lee said: "What we've developed here is essentially, 'surgery in a pill. "We've used a bioengineering approach to formulate a pill that has good adhesion properties and can attach nicely to the gut in a preclinical model. ??sAnd after a couple of hours, its effects dissipate."Over the last decade, bariatric surgeons have made strides in performing weight loss surgery that not only reverses obesity but can also reverse type 2 diabetes in patients with both conditions. Despite dramatic improvements in quality of life and diabetes remission, the number of patients who pursue surgery remains relatively low, according to Ali Tavakkoli, co-director of the Center for Weight Management and Metabolic Surgery at Brigham.This prompted a collaboration between Tavakkoli and hospital researchers to find a less invasive but equally effective treatment for reversing type 2 diabetes, one that can offer the same benefits as surgery but that may have wider appeal and application. In a paper published this week in Nature Materials, the team reports on results of a preclinical study in which an oral agent was administered in rats to deliver a substance that could temporari
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