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Do beta cells grow back if you can block the diabetes antibodies against them?
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Dr. Michael Vlases
Internal Medicine - Diabetology
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In brief: No (not yet)
So far, trials of powerful immune-suppression drugs have not been able to prevent type 1 diabetes in kids who have antibodies or other predisposition.
This research is ongoing, however. Check out trialnet for more information.

In brief: No (not yet)
So far, trials of powerful immune-suppression drugs have not been able to prevent type 1 diabetes in kids who have antibodies or other predisposition.
This research is ongoing, however. Check out trialnet for more information.
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