Study using pancreas cells to treat diabetics yields mixed results

09/28/2006 | NYTimes.com

Scientists testing a treatment using pancreas cell transplants to treat patients with Type 1 diabetes reported mixed results from their study. Some diabetics were able to quit taking daily insulin shots after the transplants, but 86% of the participants had to return to injections within two years of receiving the transplants.

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