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“Reprogrammed” Cells in Mice Reverse Late-stage Type 1 Diabetes
May 15, 2012 | 
A successful experiment on mice with type 1 diabetes, which involved "reprogramming" their immune systems to stop attacks on pancreatic beta cells, may point the way to an eventual cure for the disease in humans.
A Type 1 Diabetes Cure in the Pipeline?
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