A team of London scientists is reporting a possible breakthrough in preventing Type I diabetes in individuals considered at high risk for the disease through work with genetically engineered tobacco plants. "There is no other group in the world that has this approach or is as advanced as we are in this area," researcher Dr. Anthony Jevnikar, program director of transplantation, immunity and regenerative medicine at the Lawson Health Research Institute in London, said yesterday.
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