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Today Tonight featured the Type 1 Diabetes Prevention Trial and Professor Len Harrison in August 2012. In a bid to recruit thousands more relatives of people with type 1 diabetes, reporter Clare Brady and the Today Tonight team help spread the word about the trial and the work of Professor Len Harrison and his team.
In May 2012 the Type 1 Diabetes Prevention Trial featured on Melbourne’s Channel 7 news! Ted and Matthew Frost showed how easy it is to participate in the trial. View the full video here. Supplied by Media Monitors.
Professor Jenny Couper from the Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Adelaide was interviewed, along with trial participant Scarlett Roney and her mother Sue for the Type 1 Diabetes Prevention Trial. Seen on ABC News Adelaide – 22nd April 2012 / Supplied by Media Monitors.
Scarlett and Sue Roney share their story about participation in the Type 1 Diabetes Prevention Trial. Seen on Channel 9 News Adelaide – 22nd April 2012 / Supplied by Media Monitors.
New hope for the tens of thousands of Australians who live in fear of developing type 1 diabetes, with promising results from a nasal spray vaccine trial. Seen on Channel 10 on 13th June 2011 / Supplied by Media Monitors
Melbourne scientists are a step closer to creating a vaccine to prevent type 1 diabetes. Seen on Channel 7 â€“ 13th June 2011/ Supplied by Media Monitors
Seen on Channel 9 – 13th June 2011 / Supplied by Media Monitors
This article is from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute website. Professor Len Harrison (left) and Dr Spiros Fourlanos have provided the first human evidence that a nasal insulin vaccine could prevent the development of type 1 diabetes. Walter and Eliza Hall Institute and Royal Melbourne Hospital researchers have provided the first evidence in humans that a nasal spray vaccine which is being trialled at The Royal Melbourne Hospital could … >> Find out more