The 14,384 oral glucose tolerances with insulin assays are separated according to age beginning with 3-13 years to 81–90+ years of age. This resource is unequaled in world medical literature. In recent times, the clinical application of the oral glucose tolerance with insulin assays has been minimal. Many pathologists and most clinicians, including professors from distinguished universities have little to zero experience with this procedure. In order for an opinion to have merit regarding this procedure and its interpretation, a randomized personal experience with one thousand examinations would suffice. Once the one thousand tests have been achieved, the reproducibility of the oral glucose tolerance with insulin assays will be self-evident.
Doctor Thomas Kuhn, a most distinguished American physicist, historian and philosopher wrote in his classic “The Structure of Scientific Revolution,” University of Chicago Press, Science Education, 1970:
“The beginning of a new paradigm to acceptance extends through multiple decades. Though a generation is required to effect change, scientific communities have again and again converted to a new paradigm. Though some scientists may resist indefinitely, most of them can be reached in one way or another. Conversions will occur, a few at a time until, after the last holdouts have died, the whole profession will again be practicing under a single, but now a different paradigm” (p.152).
Dr. Kuhn described the paradigm shift of revolutionary scientific research. My research provides the earliest laboratory diagnosis of type 1 and type 2 diabetes by insulin assays with normal glucose tolerance. The earliest diagnosis provides the greatest opportunity for treatment and cure. My research unveiled the diabetes phenomena: people with normal blood sugars can be diabetic.