Insulin dependence via pancreas cell transplantation
An AP snippet reported a new approach to dealing with type I diabetes: the transplantation of pancreas cells from donated cadavers into recipients. In time, perhaps, this may represent a significant advancement for restoring normality to the lives of those with juvenile diabetes. However, for the time time being, this treatment has not been entirely successful. Of those patients who have received transplanted cells, the entire group relapsed and required insulin shots again, though half of the test group did manage to achieve insulin independence for a short period.
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