Researchers are one step closer to finding a cure for type one diabetes | 7NEWS

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A world-first treatment developed in Australia could mean researchers are one step closer to finding a cure for type one diabetes.

The innovative procedure will see patients produce their own insulin without the need for daily pumps or injections.

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