RESEARCHERS HAVE DISCOVERED THAT CELLS IN THE PANCREAS CAN CHANGE IDENTITY AND MAKE INSULIN
Researchers at the University of Bergen have discovered that glucagon producing cells in the pancreas can morph and do the job of injured Beta cells. They have uncovered the mechanisms behind the process of cell identity which is a result of signaling that occurs from the surrounding cells. Through using a drug that influenced the inter-cell signaling process, they increased insulin production by 5% in animal models. You can read more about it here on my Facebook page, This Diabetic Sees Things Differently.