Gene therapy reverses type 1 diabetes in dogs, study finds

02/8/2013 | eMaxHealth.com

Spanish researchers found dogs with type 1 diabetes that were injected with gene therapy vectors maintained blood glucose levels after eating and while fasting and exercising without having hypoglycemic episodes. The dogs also attained complete diabetes remission, researchers said, and the findings could help lead to the development of treatments for humans.

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