Sarah Beresford

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Aims/hypothesis. To determine the sequence of development of islet autoantibodies and their relation to HLA genes in infants at risk for Type I diabetes followed from birth.¶Methods. We followed 357 (189 male, 168 female) infants, with a first degree relative with Type I diabetes for a mean of 3 years from birth. Human leukocyte antigen typing and assays(More)
OBJECTIVE In a prospective birth cohort study, we followed infants who had a first-degree relative with type 1 diabetes to investigate the relationship between early growth and infant feeding and the risk of islet autoimmunity. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS Infants with a first-degree relative with type 1 diabetes were identified during their mother's(More)
This article uses the debates surrounding the age of consent as a broad umbrella to question the continued usefulness of Queer Theory. The debates surrounding the age of consent illustrate that Queer Theory has not fulfilled its original promise and that it is not (and possibly never been), “fit for purpose”. Towards the end of 2013, the topic of lowering(More)
1. Dept Diabetes and Endocrinology, Women's & Children's Hospital and Discipline of Paediatrics, University of Adelaide 2. Public Health Research Unit, Women's & Children's Hospital, Adelaide 3. Discipline of Paediatrics, University of Adelaide 4. Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne 5. Autoimmunity and Transplantation Division, Walter & Eliza Hall(More)
An individual s legal identity can be constituted by a multitude of often-complex notions, and is not necessarily of their own construction. Legal discourse has a significant role to play in the construction of an individual s legal identity and can apply to gender identity as much as any other. This construction can occur not just through what is written(More)
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