Study: Living donors a source of insulin-producing pancreatic cells

11/27/2007 | Thaindian News

A new study shows that living donors may be a good source for pancreatic cells. The findings show that 94% of the islet cells taken from living patients could be used for transplant, but taking these cells also puts donors at risk for diabetes.

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