according to diabetes.co.uk Type 3 is:
Type 3 diabetes is the relatively new title given to a previously
unknown form of diabetes discovered by scientists in the US.
Studies carried out by the US Brown Medical School research team
identified the possibility of a new form of diabetes after finding that insulin is
produced by the brain as well as the pancreas.
Whereas type 1 and type 2 diabetes occur when the human body is
unable to produce or use insulin from the pancreas, the new form is
believed to cause lower than normal levels of brain insulin and does not
sugar as with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
I know we usually refer to it as a person who cares for a D. but when I googled it came up as one of the first few links.
i'll take a look at the MODY info on JDRF.
I'm just not sure if I should include it anything more than the first 5 i listed