ANSWERS: 4
  • You mean like measles shots? Hate only hurts you. And frankly the usa don't care if you hate it. But obviously you enjoy feeling hateful or you wouldn't hate.
    • Thinker
      Hate is one very big destroyer. The Lord God commands us to love all others as we love ourselves.
    • OrangeDonRump
      Which god is that - is it the same god you can't prove to anyone? If you are a thumb-sucker who thinks a god is real, then stop calling yourself "thinker" that's the LAST thing you are.
  • You hate yourself, CLEARLY
  • You're either part of the solution or part of the problem. Judging by your mindset, it's evident that you're not part of the solution.
  • The companies of the USA are also holding up the cure for type 1 Diabetes and other cures. The cure for Diabetes is to do liposuction, extract and strip down mesenchymal stem cells, coax them to grow into Alpha, Beta, Delta and Gamma cells, then a quick easy endoscopic transplant onto the liver and there you go,. The USA has been in to killing people for up to 50 years now, if not more.
    • Army Veteran
      T-1 diabetes has no cure - it's caused by failure of the pancreas. T-2 is acquired from a bad lifestyle and can be cured - I was cured of it a couple of years ago after having it for 10 years.
    • OrangeDonRump
      T-2 cannot be cured, it can only be placed into remission with a reformed diet, weight loss and exercise. There is no "cure" for T-2.
    • WHF, What's His Face
      https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30441979/ Abstract Type 1 diabetes represents a serious disease which is caused by autoimmune destruction of insulin-producing B cells in the pancreas. Administration of exogenous insulin cannot replace sensitive and gentle regulation of blood glucose levels that is established by B cells in healthy individuals. Pancreas or islet transplantation is limited by a shortage of donor pancreas and by complications associated with transplantations. For those reasons, new approaches of treatment are being searched, the using of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) envisions a promising tool for cell-based therapy of type 1 diabetes. MSCs have a significant impact on the regulation of the immune system, are a potent source of various cytokines and growth factors and manifest multilineage differentiation abilities. In context of type 1 diabetes, MSCs can transdifferentiate into insulin-producing cells, support the regeneration of residual B cells by production of trophic and growth factors or participate in the suppression of the autoimmune reaction against B cells. This review is focused on perspectives and mechanisms of MSC-based therapy and its limitations. Key words: autoimmune reaction - differentiation - mesenchymal stem cells - type 1 diabetes.
    • Victorine
      Dear, stop posting this material, which you so clearly do not understand.
    • WHF, What's His Face
      Since I've NEVER posted anything, do so yourself. TRY READING that, it's not hard to understand; "MSCs can transdifferentiate into insulin-producing cells, support the regeneration of residual B cells by production of trophic and growth factors or participate in the suppression of the autoimmune reaction against B cells".

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