For more than 1½ million Americans diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, every day can be a challenge.
Type 1 diabetes is believed to be caused by dysfunctional islet cells in the pancreas.
In some cases, it is believed that the body's immune cells actually attack the islet cells that control blood sugar, so the body cannot produce insulin.
Type 1 diabetics always need to monitor their blood-sugar levels and take insulin every day.
But a new report published in Thursday's New England...Full Story