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“Type 1 diabetes” will be curable | Eiichi Omura | TEDxKumamoto

~インスリン注射が不要な「根治」を目指し、治療研究費を集める活動に人生を駆ける~ | 大村 詠一


“Type 1 diabetes” will be curable ~aims at radical cure with no insulin and gathers care and research cost ~

“Type 1 diabetes” is incurable disease that people unexpectedly develop for unknown reason. Patients are exposed to groundless prejudice such as lifestyle disease and curse. At the age of 8, Mr.Omura developed type 1 diabetes and has to inject insulin several times every day by himself. When he was a high school student, he won junior world championship at aerobic competition by controlling glucose level.

He is working for the fund that supports Japan’s promising research in order to eradicate type 1 diabetes.
He envisions the day when he can say that type 1 diabetes is curable, running around across Japan.

Eiichi Omura started competitive aerobics because of his mother at the age of 4.
When he was 8, he developed type 1 diabetes that needs a shot of insulin every day.
When he was a high school student, he became junior world champion for competitive aerobics.
He retired from competitive aerobics when Kumamoto earthquake occurred.
He makes an effort to promote and develop aerobics by teaching exercise at provisional housing, commenting at competition and fostering young people.
Now he appears and participates in events as a performer and put a great deal of effort in educational activities through lecture and in research support aiming for eradication of type 1 diabetes. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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