McEwen Centre for Regenerative Medicine – Going for Gold in Diabetes Research

Posted: May 24, 2011 at 11:13 am



Diabetes Research at the McEwen Centre It was at Toronto General Hospital in 1922 that insulin was first administered to a patient, offering a critical lifeline to the worlds diabetics. That proud tradition of discovery continues today at the McEwen Centre, where researchers are committed to finding ways to recreate the complex metabolic functions of the human pancreas and bring new hope to the millions who suffer from diabetes. Stem cell research McEwen Investigators are exploring the process by which stem cells can become specialized pancreatic islet cells.

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McEwen Centre for Regenerative Medicine - Going for Gold in Diabetes Research

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