Much of the focus on diabetes therapy development is turning stem cells into beta cells, but there is a new approach drawing more attention called Stem Cell Educator (SCE) therapy. Different types of white blood cells (lymphocytes) serve different functions and exhibit different behaviors. As related to type 1 diabetes, some of these cells are involved in the autoimmune response. The main purpose of SCE is to “re-educate” these cells to be tolerant to the patient’s beta cells.
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