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January 31, 2019
Diabetes Research Institute scientists show in experimental and preclinical recipients that islets transplanted in the eye can survive and function long-term without continuous immunosuppression, and, moreover, that initial islet transplants within the eye may lead to long-term peripheral immune tolerance to islets in other transplant sites. Read more
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