Click here to listen to a radio interview with Dr. James Shapiro sharing exciting new developments in the fight against diabetes.
Click the links below to check out what others are saying about the recent work of Dr. Shapiro and his team at the U of A. National Post: University of …
When Audrey was first diagnosed, Heather was a stay at home mom and Mike, Heather’s husband, worked an office job for the oil patch. He did not make a large …
Check out the evening with Dr. James Shapiro here
Read the article from the Alberta Retired Teachers’ Association here
Join us to hear world-renowned diabetes researcher Dr. James Shapiro in a live interview speak about his cure-based research. On Thursday, September 24th, Diabetes Research Institute Foundation Canada (DRIFCan) is …
Health Matters August 11: A University of Alberta team is aiming for a cure for diabetes – and one of the world-renowned researchers says it’s the most promising project he’s ever seen.
Mark your calendars everyone! We are so excited to be hosting our first ever event. We’re going virtual with Dr. James Shapiro and Carrie Doll to bring you an evening you won’t want to miss. More details to come in the next few weeks.
Shapiro developed the Edmonton Protocol for treating Type 1 diabetes after performing the world’s first human islet cell transplant in 1999.
Dr. James Shapiro has been working with researchers in Edmonton and internationally on a cure for diabetes. Now, a campaign is underway to raise $22 million to further the work.
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