Dr Khansa Sana Chaudhary, Dr Muhammad Naveed Akbar Khan, Dr Zain Akbar
Objectives: To measure the plasma of the blood which fights against diseases contain sufficient amount of iron containing protein in close relatives having diabetes with others. Methodology: An arbitrary technique was used to choose the members of each group. 35 members of each group were the subject of the study. Question answer session was carried out with each member. Concentration of iron containing protein in their plasma and amount of sugar in their blood were checked thoroughly through testing. Different types of authentic tests were used to check the both groups. Results: More than 74% of the participants of study were women and other remaining more than twenty-five were men in patients and their controls. The average ferritin value was less in the members of controls than the patients. Sugar value in the blood of controls was also less than the patients. There was not too much difference in the values between the both participants. There is an important link between sugar and ferritin value of the patients. Conclusion: There was not an important difference in the amount of iron containing protein. But the comparison of concentration of iron containing protein in both cases and controls has worth. Further investigation on this research was recommended which would involve a large quantity of participants. Key Words: Diabetes, Plasma, Serum, Diabetes, Metabolism, Ferritin.