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Researchers developing ways of halting onset of diabetes.

Researchers from Rockefeller University have demonstrated how immune system cells can be used to stimulate growth of suppressor T cells thus turning off the body’s immune response. There is currently no treatment for autoimmune diseases but if caught early enough suppressor cells can halt autoimmunity.

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About: Researchers developing ways of halting onset of diabetes.

Date: 7 June 2004

Source: Rockefeller University


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