UMN Researchers Hope to Find Cure for Diabetes Through Unexpected Source

Dr. Bernard Hering, Department of Medicine, and his team are modifying pancreatic cells from pigs in order to someday find a cure for diabetes. 

"We have now more and more reason to believe that we can turn this into a tangible benefit for diabetics and their families," Dr. Hering told Fox 9. "We can make transplantation routine, commonplace, and on-demand."

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