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An experimental drug for diabetes dispenses insulin in response to glucose levels.
A device that reads glucose levels and delivers insulin may be close at hand.
A drugmaker is testing an alternative to diabetes injections, but many sizable hurdles remain.
Genetically engineered gut bacteria trigger insulin production in mice.
Scientists claim to have all but eliminated the risk of infection from the animal transplants.
Scientists have found a way to use light to control blood sugar in mice.
A new system controls diabetics’ blood sugar by monitoring both insulin and glucagon.
Reprogrammed adult cells could be used to reconstruct diabetes in the laboratory.