The other study included 628 patients with type 1 diabetes, formerly called juvenile-onset diabetes.
What does JOD stand for?
JOD stands for Juvenile-Onset Diabetes
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We have 21 other meanings of JOD in our Acronym Attic
- Japan Opencourseware Consortium (various schools)
- Jack of Diamonds (hearts game where the jack is a bonus)
- Joint Occupancy Date
- Joint Operations Division (US DoD)
- Jordanian Dinar
- Journal of Democracy (Washington, DC)
- Journal Of Development
- Judgement of Divorce (legal shorthand)
- Judicial Oversight Demonstration (various locations)
- Junior Officer of the Day
- Japanese Overseas Disaster Assistance (Japan)
- John Day Fossil Beds National Monument (US National Park Service)
- Japan Oceanographic Data Center
- Japan Overseas Development Corporation
- Joint Operational DCGS Community of Interest
- Japan Oil Development Co., Ltd.
- Java Optimize and Decompile Environment
- Joint Oil Data Exercise (now Joint Oil Data Initiative; est. 2003)
- Joint Oil Data Initiative (formerly Joint Oil Data Exercise; est. 2003)
- Joint Operational Data Interchange
Samples in periodicals archive:
In type 1 diabetes, formerly known as juvenile-onset diabetes, the pancreatic beta cells that produce insulin are destroyed by an autoimmune process.
In Type 1 or juvenile-onset diabetes the body completely stops producing any insulin.
The type of diabetes that was known as Type I, juvenile-onset diabetes, or insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) is now type 1 diabetes.
Officials said the first type, formerly referred to as juvenile-onset diabetes because it occurs most often in children and young adults, causes the pancreas to stop making insulin or makes only a small amount.
Hans-Michael Dosch, senior investigator on the diabetes study, said studies involving almost 400 children with juvenile-onset diabetes indicated that an immunologic reaction to a protein in cow's milk appeared to be a factor in developing the disease in a majority of cases.
About Type 1 Diabetes Type 1 diabetes was previously called insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus or juvenile-onset diabetes.
When diabetes struck during childhood earlier, it was routinely assumed to be type 1 or juvenile-onset diabetes.