A British man with type 1 diabetes who travelled to America for checks after he got here off insulin has been informed he has a ‘rare gene’.Daniel Darkes, from Daventry in Northampton, received tests in March to know why he was capable of cease his insulin treatment.
Docs needed to know what had happened to Mr Darkes body. Having been recognized with type 1 diabetes seven years ago, the 30-year-old stopped injecting earlier this yr after checks confirmed his blood glucose levels had returned to a traditional state.
Mr Darkes, referred to as “Miracle Dan” to his associates, returned to Northampton the place his results have since been analysed; he has also been visiting Northampton Common Hospital every week for the final two months.
He informed the Daventry Categorical: “My exams indicated that docs found a uncommon gene in my results and that has acted as a ‘backup’ immune system. This has led to insulin being reproduced in my pancreas.
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