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  • Dear, if it were that "simple," it would be a standard treatment now. You'll notice that it isn't.
    • WHF, What's His Face
      That's what I said when it was done, and back then the pharmaceutical and insurance companies came right out and stated they were never going to cure it due to its shock to the stock market. so I am not wrong. Look it up why dontchya?
    • Victorine
      No, dear, that's a conspiracy theory. See a shrink and get a better education. You have no idea what you are talking about, clearly.
    • WHF, What's His Face
      Please, for your own sake, just look it up in nih.gov or another reliable source. The cure has been here more than 10 years now.
    • WHF, What's His Face
      https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30441979/ Abstract Type 1 diabetes represents a serious disease which is caused by autoimmune destruction of insulin-producing B cells in the pancreas. Administration of exogenous insulin cannot replace sensitive and gentle regulation of blood glucose levels that is established by B cells in healthy individuals. Pancreas or islet transplantation is limited by a shortage of donor pancreas and by complications associated with transplantations. For those reasons, new approaches of treatment are being searched, the using of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) envisions a promising tool for cell-based therapy of type 1 diabetes. MSCs have a significant impact on the regulation of the immune system, are a potent source of various cytokines and growth factors and manifest multilineage differentiation abilities. In context of type 1 diabetes, MSCs can transdifferentiate into insulin-producing cells, support the regeneration of residual B cells by production of trophic and growth factors or participate in the suppression of the autoimmune reaction against B cells. This review is focused on perspectives and mechanisms of MSC-based therapy and its limitations. Key words: autoimmune reaction - differentiation - mesenchymal stem cells - type 1 diabetes.
    • Victorine
      I read that, dear. And you completely misunderstood it. The researchers would laugh at your "question". There is no available "cure". You really need to go back to school.
    • WHF, What's His Face
      Not one of you said that "No AVAILABLE cure", you both said there was no cure, and I stated there is but it is not allowed to be known or available. Did you confuse the argument? The proof I supplied is from the USA federal medical and biology database. nih.gov
  • https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30441979/ Abstract Type 1 diabetes represents a serious disease which is caused by autoimmune destruction of insulin-producing B cells in the pancreas. Administration of exogenous insulin cannot replace sensitive and gentle regulation of blood glucose levels that is established by B cells in healthy individuals. Pancreas or islet transplantation is limited by a shortage of donor pancreas and by complications associated with transplantations. For those reasons, new approaches of treatment are being searched, the using of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) envisions a promising tool for cell-based therapy of type 1 diabetes. MSCs have a significant impact on the regulation of the immune system, are a potent source of various cytokines and growth factors and manifest multilineage differentiation abilities. In context of type 1 diabetes, MSCs can transdifferentiate into insulin-producing cells, support the regeneration of residual B cells by production of trophic and growth factors or participate in the suppression of the autoimmune reaction against B cells. This review is focused on perspectives and mechanisms of MSC-based therapy and its limitations. Key words: autoimmune reaction - differentiation - mesenchymal stem cells - type 1 diabetes.
  • You're describing type 2 diabetes, not type 1 - type 1 involves a damaged pancreas. Type 2 can be cured if treated at an early stage (before it becomes an autoimmune disorder).
  • its far from simple

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