Transplantation of insulin-producing cells purified from a donor pancreas is established within the NHS. This is restricted to people with life-threatening complications of type 1 diabetes as liberation from injected insulin cannot yet be guaranteed and life-long immunosuppression is needed. The potential for harnessing regenerative medicine and tissue engineering to deliver truly transformative outcomes is discussed.
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