Diabetes mellitus

Andrew Kudrin ventraf at glasnet.ru
Tue Aug 19 05:31:48 EST 1997


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Diabetes mellitus is one of the most widespread chronic diseases. 

The Moscow Scientific Research Institute of Transplantation and
Artificial Organs has elaborated and have been using an original method
for treatment diabetes
mellitus, which consists of getting and transplantation to a patient
active culture of basofile cells of the pancreas. 

Medical effect duration of transplantation is in average I year. In
fact, insulin requirement is decreasing by 20-30% during a year.
Diabetes mellitus repeated
complications don't mare progress and even partially are cured, the
sight is improving, legs pain getting less, disposition to hypoglycemic
conditions development
disappeared. 

The culture is injected through a thick needle under topical anesthesia
to the restus abdominis. The long admission is not needed. 


                                                                                            
To Doctors-specialists in this Field 

The Moscow Scientific Research Institute of Transplantation and
Artificial Organs has elaborated and have been using an original method
for treatment diabetes
mellitus. Which consists of getting and transplantation to a patient
active culture of basophile cells of the pancreas. 

The culture has higher insulin productive activity and lower
immunactivity. Immunosupression is not used. Since 1994 in Russia, USA
and other countries around
1000 the cells culture transplantation's have been done, which were
produced by the Moscow Scientific Research Institute of Transplantation
and Artificial Organs.

The main clinical results consist in disease diabetes mellitus
stabilization, reduction the insulin requirement, late diabetes mellitus
complications regress. 

The culture is injected through a thick needle under topical anesthesia
to the restus abdominis. The long admission is not needed. 


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