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Notably, hemophilia, diabetes and even Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases might well be treated using transplanted cells. So the pressure to devise ways to transplant animal cells and organs into patients—“xenotransplantation”—steadily mounts. Blending Species T Xenotransplantation STEVE JOHNSON AND LOU FANCHER nated organ. The shortfall will become even more dire once doctors perfect methods to treat diabetes by transplanting pancreatic islet cells, which produce insulin. Islet replacement is simpler than transplanting the whole pancreas, but it may require harvesting cells from several donors to treat each patient.
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