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In work that has implications for those with severe burns, researchers have demonstrated in mice a new way to encourage skin regeneration.
Preliminary results show that transplants of adult stem cells help diabetics.
Advanced genetic engineering is already changing vaccine development and could make inroads into other branches of medicine.
Apps that connect to medical monitors have been shown to improve the health of people with diabetes and hypertension—and could ease the burden on the health-care system.
Implantable devices work in diabetic pigs for over a year–human tests could be next.
A new system controls diabetics’ blood sugar by monitoring both insulin and glucagon.
Research on the Mexican genome could broaden the scope of personalized medicine.
Reprogrammed adult cells could be used to reconstruct diabetes in the laboratory.
A novel nanosensor could be used for skin-based glucose sensing.