Encapsulated human embryonic stem-cell differentiated beta cell clusters (hES-βC) show promise for treating diabetics without having to chronically suppress their immune system.
Researchers transplanted healthy pancreatic cells under the skin to produce insulin for blood glucose regulation.
A pioneering way to measure the quantity of cells which release insulin in the pancreas has been developed, researchers have said.
A regenerative therapy company, known as Viacyte, just announced that a few patients have successfully been implanted with a pouch of stem cells they manufacture.
A new pioneering way of importing insulin-producing cells to combat type 1 diabetes works in mice, a clinical trial has found.
Diabetes scientists have produced the first clinical results demonstrating that islet cells transplanted within a tissue-engineered platform can successfully engraft and achieve insulin independence in type 1 diabetes