Pancreatic stem cells show promise for type 1 diabetes

11/14/2012 | Medical News Today

Australian researchers have identified pancreatic stem cells that can be converted into insulin-producing cells and found that the cells' number and capacity to become insulin-producers also appeared to increase in response to pancreatic damage. The findings in PLoS ONE may pave the way for new type 1 diabetes treatments, researchers said.

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