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  1. What is the reality of all people who have type 1 diabetes being cured with islet cell transplantation? (19 Oct 2003)
  2. What is your opinion on islet cell transplantation? What are the risks? (3 Oct 2003)
  3. What is the latest on any cure for diabetes? Is there hope? (23 Sep 2003)
  4. Where does research stand in terms of encapsulated islet cell transplant? (15 Sep 2003)
  5. What does the future hold for islet and stem cell transplants? (15 Sep 2003)
  6. I want to donate my pancreas to my child now. (17 Aug 2003)
  7. I have several questions about islet cell transplants. (12 Aug 2003)
  8. Since islet cell implantation is now a type of treatment available, is it possible that we should consider harvesting my daughter's few remaining islet cells? (25 Apr 2003)
  9. Why can't islet cells be taken from my pancreas and transplanted into my son? (22 Apr 2003)
  10. I have heard of a procedure that can be done to remove my daughter's own islet cells and transplant them back to her. Does this procedure exist? (12 Apr 2003)
  11. Is it be possible for my islet cells to be transplanted to my daughter? Would this circumnavigate the need for immunosuppressants? (31 Mar 2003)
  12. Is it possible to transplant islets from a healthy person to a person with diabetes? (18 Mar 2003)
  13. Where are they currently with cell transplants for type 1 diabetes? (17 Jan 2003)
  14. Is there a study going on as to how successful cell transplants would be in children? (13 Dec 2002)
  15. I have had diabetes for more than 20 years, and I would like some kind of transplant, if they have one for me. (7 Oct 2002)
  16. Can you tell me where the transplant was done? Who might I contact for more information on this procedure? (17 Sep 2002)
  17. A girl has recently had a pancreatic islet cell transplant from a living donor, and she does not require immunosuppression drugs. (30 Jul 2002)
  18. I read in about recent advances in the surgery by which insulin generating glands can be transplanted especially in the young children. (29 Mar 2002)
  19. I have been deeply disturbed over what I am hearing about pancreas transplants and cures not being available to those of us who have not yet developed complications. (1 Nov 2001)
  20. Since my son continues to make insulin and does not have the antibodies, does that make him a good candidate for islet replacement therapy? (30 Jul 2001)

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