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However, complications arise in the case of working couples since, in order to avoid double coverage, one is likely to behave as a Type I, and the other as a Type II.
In recent years, researchers have gathered evidence implicating Type I diabetes as an autoimmune disorder, in which the immune system turns against the body.
The immune system in an individual with Type I diabetes may fail to recognize its own beta cells because they are deficient in the MHC class I proteins, which tag them as "self," Faustman says.