Track: Stem Cell treatment in Diabetes

Stem Cell treatment in Diabetes


Stem cell treatment for diabetes involves using these undifferentiated cells to repair or replace damaged pancreatic beta cells, which are responsible for producing insulin. In type 1 diabetes, an autoimmune response destroys these cells, leading to a lack of insulin and uncontrolled blood sugar levels. Research into stem cell therapy aims to restore insulin production, potentially offering a cure or significantly improving disease management. While still in experimental stages, several clinical trials have shown promise with some patients experiencing periods of reduced insulin dependency. However, challenges such as ensuring long-term survival of the transplanted cells and preventing immune rejection remain. If these can be overcome, stem cell therapy could revolutionize diabetes treatment.
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