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Type 1 diabetes and stem cells 12 Oct 2014 14:06 #2445

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Fox News did a piece on House Call (10/12) about type 1 diabetes and stem cells.

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Type 1 diabetes and stem cells 13 Oct 2014 06:47 #2446

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This is pretty amazing really-

Apparently The (british) Times did a full page article on Melton. It hardly happens that a discovery which is at the rodent stage gets that much of attention.

From the same paper- suggesting to access the "full article"-

A cure for diabetes is within reach after scientists developed a treatment that eliminates the need for sufferers to inject insulin.
The therapy involves a one-off transplant of laboratory-grown pancreatic cells, which scientists have finally succeeded in producing in large enough volumes to be able to treat patients. The cells worked normally for many months when implanted into mice, and the first human patients should undergo the treatment in the next few years.

I have seen tweets from MD´s treating the disorder, who´s opinion was that the article was "the best way to sell newspapers" :whistle: :yawn:
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