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The “honeymoon phase” in type 1 diabetes refers to:

The “honeymoon phase” in type 1 diabetes refers to:
A) A period of time when blood glucose levels are stable without medication
B) The initial diagnosis phase
C) A temporary improvement in insulin production after starting insulin therapy
D) The phase before insulin therapy is initiated

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Answer: C) A temporary improvement in insulin production after starting insulin therapy

Explanation: After starting insulin therapy, some individuals with type 1 diabetes experience a temporary period where their remaining pancreatic beta cells produce more insulin, leading to improved blood glucose control.

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