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Stem Cell Research Suggests Cure for Diabetes

Stem cell researchers at the University of Edinburgh have suggested that stem cells can be transformed into liver and pancreatic cells to provide a potential cure for a disease that affects a large proportion of the world’s population. The use of stem cells to treat Diabetes will reduce patients’ dependence on insulin injections and these cells can be purified to eliminate the creation of tumors that currently result from many stem cell transplants.

Stem cell researchers at the University of Edinburgh have suggested that stem cells can be transformed into liver and pancreatic cells to provide a potential cure for a disease that affects a large proportion of the world’s population. The use of stem cells to treat Diabetes will reduce patients’ dependence on insulin injections and these cells can be purified to eliminate the creation of tumors that currently result from many stem cell transplants.

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