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What is the honeymoon period in children with type 1 diabetes?

Some people with type 1 diabetes experience a brief remission called the "honeymoon period." During this time, their pancreas may still secrete some insulin. Over time, this secretion stops and, as this happens, the child will require more insulin from injections. The honeymoon period can last weeks, months, or even up to a year or more.

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