People with type 1 diabetes live with lifestyle restrictions, blood glucose checks, insulin and other therapies, and always the possibility of hypoglycaemia. So how does life change for the relatively few people who’ve had the opportunity to receive an islet cell transplant? Professor Jane Speight, foundation director of the Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in ...
Type 1 diabetes
Islet cell transplants can be life-changing
22 Jun 2017