Discussion in 'Research' started by Parody, Apr 11, 2015.
I think it would be more honest (accurate ) of you to include the word mice in your title. So it would read "reverse diabetes in mice". Which they have been able to do for quite some time now. That way, people wouldn't come to this thread thinking diabetes has been reversed in people.
Ditto to what Christopher said!
You should first read through articles thoroughly and do your homework by reading up on past research before posting such misleading statements. Christopher is correct: reversing diabetes in mice is pretty much old news. And reversing diabetes in humans is a far, far cry from doing this in mice, for heavens sake!!!
Thanks Parody. It's always nice to see reminders that there are smart people looking to solve this problem.
Thanks Parody, This is the Research Thread and what you posted was the exact title of the article.. One day hopefully we will have a Cured in Humans thread, but for now Research is Research and it almost always starts with Mice.. Thank you for Sharing
You're welcome and if additional article commentary will assist in the future, always happy to oblige.
Here is an update from this company - the first round of safety testing of the Melligen cells in mice.
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