Will there be a cure for Diabetes type I and when will patients be able to receive it? Dr Raz thinks a cure can come in either of three ways. Stem cell research, infusion of beta cells (the cells in the pancreas that produce insulin) or an artificial pancreas. He thinks the artificial pancreas may be available in the next 5 to 10 years and will enable people with Diabetes Mellitus type I to live a much more normal life with sufficiently good control to mitigate the risk from the complications of this disease. I invite you click here and read the full interview.
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