STAT June 21, 2024
Elizabeth Cooney

ORLANDO — Twelve people with type 1 diabetes who received a therapy derived from stem cells were able to produce enough of their own insulin to maintain healthy blood glucose levels 90 days later, Vertex Pharmaceuticals said Friday. All but one reduced or eliminated the need to inject insulin over those three months and three people followed for one year...

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