Transplants Scientists are reporting success using transplanted cells from the pancreas to treat diabetes. At a meeting in Florida, several teams offered evidence that the transplanted cells are allowing patients to live without insulin injections. NPR's Richard Knox reports.
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Scientists are reporting success using transplanted cells from the pancreas to treat diabetes. At a meeting in Florida, several teams offered evidence that the transplanted cells are allowing patients to live without insulin injections. NPR's Richard Knox reports.