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Alternative to transplant: Islet therapy for diabetes

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December 9, 2013
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For those with type 1 diabetes, taking multiple injections of insulin every day or wearing a pump are parts of life. But varying levels of insulin can lead to low blood sugar, a life threatening condition, and for some, their only alternative is a pancreas transplant.


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