Artificial Intelligence Offers Significant Remission Rate for Type 2 Diabetes Compared to Standard Care

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Researchers conducted a randomized controlled trial designed to determine the effect of Twin Precision Treatment (TPT) technology versus standard care (SC) on the course of A1C remission and type 2 diabetes at 90 day intervals. The TPT intervention uses the Whole-Body Digital Twin platform, with AI and the Internet of Things, to integrate multi-dimensional data to provide accurate advice on nutrition, sleep, activity and breathing via the TPT app and coaches.

The average initial age, the duration of diabetes and the A1C obtained in 319 patients were respectively 45 years (± 9.7 years), 3.9 years (± 2.9 years) and 9% (± 1.9 %). Interim analysis of 262 patients (TPT n=199; SC n=63) who reached 180 days showed that 94.9% (189/199) of TPT patients achieved A1C less than 6.5% without medication or with metformin only; 83.9% (167/199) achieved diabetes remission according to ADA Criteria. The nine patients on insulin stopped insulin before 90 days. The TPT intervention in patients with type 2 diabetes resulted in a significant reduction in A1C, diabetes remission (~84%), and improvement in several metabolic parameters at six months.

“Our results demonstrate the potential of Whole Body Digital Twin technology to change conventional, medication-based type 2 diabetes management to achieve type 2 diabetes remission with a drug-free life,” said Paramesh Chamanna, MD, lead author of the study. “The impact of the program on patient satisfaction, quality of life and total cost of care is substantial and holds great promise for large populations with metabolic diseases worldwide.”

Whole Body Digital Twin is a predictive model that provides individualized nutrition, sleep, activity and breathing guidance to patients and their healthcare providers, with the potential to help reverse diabetes and disease metabolic. The technology was built from thousands of data points collected daily via non-invasive wearable sensors, providing a personalized representation of each individual’s unique metabolism.

The authors note that future long-term studies are needed to substantiate these early findings.

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