Perhaps the medical community hasn’t been giving diabetes as much attention as they need do. Yes, research into diabetes does receive a lot of attention. Yes, the public doesn’t get to read enough about it. And yet, if that were true, how was it that almost no one has heard of diabetes type 3?
Even confirmed medical news enthusiasts are often taken aback at how there could be anything other than type 1 and type 2 diabetes. When you dig more deeply into the whole thing though, you keep running up against a rather unexpected possibility. What they call diabetes type 3 actually answers to every description they have for Alzheimer’s disease. Is it possible that all this while that we’ve been looking at Alzheimer’s, we’ve actually been looking at a type of diabetes?