Engineering Pancreas Tissues For Diabetes Treatment
A new animal research conducted in Israel offers hope for better glucose control for diabetics. Researchers engineered pancreas tissue that can survive longer and produce more insulin than traditional transplant material.
August 21, 2012
Israeli-Developed Artificial Pancreas Tested On Diabetic Children
Researchers conducted a study on children with type 1 diabetes in a hotel rather than a hospital, for the first time in history. This innovation relieves the patients from the daily burden of dealing with their illness and holds the potential to significantly improve their quality of life.
November 22, 2011
Israeli Researchers Identify Protein That May Slow Down Pancreatic Cancer
Israeli researchers have discovered a protein that seems to prevent the growth of pancreatic cancer. The protein could potentially be effective against other aggressive cancers as well.
July 18, 2011