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News about Diabetes Treatment

Insulin-releasing implants for diabetes patients are under trial

25 April 2016

Canadian scientists have launched a pilot study to test how small implants filled with stem cells can help regulate insulin levels in patients with type 1 diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes Could Be Treated With Stem Cells

26 July 2015

Allogeneic bone-marrow–derived mesenchymal stem cells may prove to be an effective treatment for type 2 diabetes, a new pilot study suggests.

Researchers are a step closer to produce beta-cells from stem cells

11 October 2014

The researchers from University of British Columbia, Canada, have found a new quicker way to develop insulin producing beta cells from stem cells.

Egyptian researchers make a step closer to diabetes stem cell treatment

18 November 2013

An Egyptian team of researchers in their attempt to develop stem cell treatment for diabetes produced insulin producing cells from stem cells in diabetic mice.

Miniature pancreas is grown from stem cells

28 October 2013

The researchers were working with mice cells, but they hope that the method may be developed in the future to give cure for diabetes to the humans.

Scientists Explore Stem Cells to Treat Diabetic Blindness

17 February 2013

Millions of diabetics around the world are threatened with vision loss, a secondary effect of their disease, but researchers are exploring whether stem cells can be used to treat or prevent this diabetic complication.

Type 1 Diabetes Stem Cell Breakthrough Moves Toward Cure

17 November 2012

Researchers in Australia have identified stem cells in the pancreas that can be turned into insulin-producing cells.

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